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We believe that learning in material science and engineering should reflect the current state of the field, as well as introduce the principles that are shaping technologies. We also feel that the readers in every specialty of materials need to appreciate the organizational paradigms that determines the capabilities, performance, and ultimately, the success of the semiconductor industry.
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Semiconductor technology requires professionals of every specialty to understand both physics and maths. The interaction of physics and maths at a variety of levels also overs a framework for understanding the fundamentals of materials. Whether your primary interest is condensed matter physics or chemistry, the central ideas in material science and engineering is the same. Thus, our emphasis in this journal article is to show the relationship between physics and maths and to focus on the concepts that are the basis for current manufacturing.
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This page is a summary of: The first principle study: electronic, optical and elastic properties of HfTe5 metal pentatelluride, Materials Research Express, October 2019, Institute of Physics Publishing, DOI: 10.1088/2053-1591/ab4ad0.
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