Skip to comments.Brittney Spears' Guide to Semiconductor Physics
Posted on 06/22/2013 11:07:14 PM PDT by mylife
It is a little known fact, that Ms Spears is an expert in semiconductor physics. Not content with just singing and acting, in the following pages, she will guide you in the fundamentals of the vital semiconductor laser components that have made it possible to hear her super music in a digital format.
Introduction The Basics of Semiconductors Semiconductor Crystal Structures Semiconductor Junctions Finite Barrier Quantum Well Radiative Recombination Carrier Transport in Semiconductors Density of States Edge-emitting Lasers
Vertical Cavity Surface Emitting Lasers (VCSELs) Photonic Crystals Crystal Growth, Fabrication and Processing Photolithography Britney Spears' Guide to Semiconductor Physics Reference and Data Lip-glossary of Semiconductor Terms About the Author
Splung.com Physics is a website for students of physics with sections on: mechanics, optics, electricity and magnetism, thermodynamics, nuclear physics and cosmology. The site also uses Flash for demonstrations. I am looking to expand this site by concentrating on the interactive components. If you are passionate about physics and would like to collaborate in this project, by writing content then please contact me.
Not Brittney Spears, but the above is Alex Lifeson’s (RUSH) rant on Paris Hilton during a “jazz” interlude in La Vila Strangiato.
And the following is a math book by “Winnie Cooper” of the Wonder Years (all grown up!). It actually did help our girls.
Its like discovering plutonium!
What a power source LOL
Is Splung.com your website??
Looks interesting :-)
You are a nerd.
Rush is a hoot
Math is a language, but I lost the code.
Naw, its just some old thing that has been on the web for ages and makes me laff.
K shells, J Shells, KY Shells, what is the difference?
I knew it, you were kidding.
I'm an embedded systems guy and a site I frequent has some good jokes on it
Here is the latest...lol
I knew a semi conductor, drove his rig all over the country.
I laughed my butt off at that joke. I think it is even funnier for computer guys.
Yup, it’s funny.
There’s a whole bunch of jokes at that site.
Here’s an early 80s British show made in 2002 about maths;
Language processing. Check. Very advanced.
Common sense. Fail.
It worked as expected. It did what you said.
But not what you meant.
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