In 1957 Herbert Kroemer published a paper entitled “Quasi-Electric and Quasi-Magnetic Fields in Non-Uniform Semiconductors". In it he expressed the utility of non-uniform semiconductor alloys in exploiting their natural atomic potential gradients to imply quasi-electric fields. The breakthrough in Modulation Doped Field Effect Transistors ( or MODFETs) came from the ground-breaking work done by him and Zhores Alferov on Semiconductor hetero-structures that utilize these very fields. I will examine just Herbert’s findings.
This document serves to guide postgraduate students in order to help setup the LaTeX template for a thesis by publication project according to the guidelines set out by the Discipline of Electrical, Electronic and Computer Engineering, University of KwaZulu-Natal. Throughout this document it is assumed that the reader is somewhat familiar with basic LaTeX editing. The reader is welcome to email any suggestions or recommendations to the template at the email above.
This example shows how a striking chemistry presentation can be created with a few simple LaTeX commands.
I've used two great chemistry packages that are freely available for LaTeX: mhchem and Chemfig
to create the diagrams.