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By Ivan Santos1, Stella Quinones1
1. University of Texas at El Paso
Understand N-Type and P-Type Semiconductor Doping.
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Version 1.0 - published on 26 Apr 2012
doi:10.4231/D3639K47N cite this
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David A Saenz
@ 01:36 AM on 03 Jun, 2012
3.0 out of 5 stars
The pictures in the tool are very nice, but this seems like a mixture of a presentation and a tool. Maybe you should just rely on the supporting material, and leave the bare calculation within the rappture environment…
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@ 01:54 PM
on 04 Jun, 2012
Well, the main purpose for these kind of tools is that students,in specific from the Electronic Devices course, review the theory in general and then practice with the tool. So, all this together is very helpful for students to learn the topics that are covered during class. However, most advanced users, who alreaddy know the theory, can skip the first phases and go directly to the tool. I think it doesn’t hurt to have the theory in the same tool, but your point is good too. Thank you.
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