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Electrons and Holes in Semiconductors with applications to Transistor Electronics. William Shockley.

Electrons and Holes in Semiconductors with applications to Transistor Electronics.

Bell Laboratories Series, D Van Nostrand Company, NY 1950, seventh printing 1959; 558 pages, index, illus., frontis photographs.
Condition: Very Good overall, light blue twead-cloth hardcover with title in gilt blocked in dark blue on spine; in Good blue and black dustjacket and clear acetate glassine jacket protector. Jacket has original price on flap; some edgewear and chipping, paper loss at upper ends of jacket front and rear. Binding is sound and secure, though a bit shaken. Prev. owner's rubberstamp along textblock fore-edge. The pages are clean.
Price: $65.00
Item no. C811197
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Contents includes SECTIONS with multiple chapters and subchapters in each --
Introduction to Transistor Electronics - The Bulk Properties of Semiconductors;
The Transistor as a Circuit Element - ideas about amplification prior to the transistor; the Type-A transistor;
Quantitative Studies of Injection of Holes and Electrons
On the Physical Theory of Transistors
Descriptive Theory of Semiconductors -- Quantum States, Energy Bands, and Brillouin Zones

Velocities and Currents for Electrons in Crystals
Electrons and Holes in Electric and Magnetic Fields
Introductory Theory of Conductivity and Hall Effect
Distributions of Quantum States in Energy
Fermi-Dirac Statistics for Semiconductors
Mathematical Theory of Conductivity and Hall Effect
Applications to Transistor Electronics

Quantum-Mechanical Foundations
Elementary Quantum Mechanics with Circuit Theory Analogues; Theory of Electron and Hole Velocities, Currents and Accelerations; Statistical Mechanics for Semiconductors

The Theory of Transition Probabilities for Holes and Electrons.