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Semiconductor manufacturing technology textbook recommendations

Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by Julian Grodzicky, Nov 11, 2013.

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  1. I'm considering purchasing a textbook for self study on semiconductor manufacturing technology and have come across a possible candidate published by the SPIE: Introduction to Semiconductor Manufacturing Technology, 2ed, HongXiao, 2012, 704pp, ISBN: 9780819490926, Volume: PM220.

    http://spie.org/x648.html?product_id=924283&WT.mc_id=KTOP2013E

    I'm holding off buying it straight away, even though it is a member's sale special, because the review says it has a minimal amount of maths, physics or chemistry. If I'm going to buy it, I want something a bit meatier. Any recommendations?

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. Hi, I don't know the book that you linked to. I also don't know much aboutSemi-manufacturing... so take this for what it's worth, (maybe not much). But I bought a used copy of the 3rd edition of P.Gray and R. Meyers "Analysis and Design of Analog Integrated Circuits", several years ago. Plenty of 'meat'! Maybe someone else will comment/ recommend something?

    George H.
     
  3. RobertMacy

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    Back in 60's?, or 70's Motorola published a great BASIC semiconductor
    designing/manufacturing book. Don't remember the name, but have a copy in
    storage. If you find it, it was larger than standard, more like 10 x 12

    Had great pictures and diagrams and equations.

    Maybe somebody will remember the name.

    Uh, it is OLD and BASIC. Manufacturing capabilities and techniques have
    followed Bob Noyce's curve ever since.
     
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