Semiconductor Detectors: Theory and Fabrication Techniques
semiconductor theory, fabrication techniques, detectors, University of Redlands, P-N junction theory, nuclear energy
Nuclear | Physical Sciences and Mathematics | Physics | Statistics and Probability
In this paper, there are three basic subdivisions. Part I defines what a detector does and presents some different kinds of detectors. Part II gives a semiquantitative theory of band structure, Fermi-Dirac statistics, semiconductor theory, and P-N junction theory. Also included here are some experimental results and an error discussion. Part III presents the fabrication methods and techniques in the construction of semiconductor detectors. Also some experimental techniques are explored in a feasibility study of making semiconductor detectors at the University of Redlands.
Painter, R. D. (1967). Semiconductor Detectors: Theory and Fabrication Techniques (Undergraduate honors thesis, University of Redlands). Retrieved from https://inspire.redlands.edu/cas_honors/840