Difference between revisions of "PHYS222"

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* [http://pveducation.org/ Photovoltaic Education Network]
* [http://pveducation.org/ Photovoltaic Education Network]
* [http://www.semi1source.com/glossary/ Semiconductor Glossary]
* [http://www.semi1source.com/glossary/ Semiconductor Glossary]
* [[Media:p-n_junctions.pdf Elementary Physics of P-N Junctions]]
=== Prosessteknologi ===
=== Prosessteknologi ===

Revision as of 09:21, 23 August 2016

Fagressurser for bruk i PHYS222 og PHYS223






Logical effort


Vi kan bruke Matlab/Maple for å løse ligninger og plotte resultater. Her er noen eksempler:




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