6 - Review 1.Atomic Structure 2.Atomic Bonding 3.Crystal...

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1 Review 1.Atomic Structure 2.Atomic Bonding 3.Crystal Structure 4.Crystal imperfection Atomic Structure Atomic Number Atomic Mass Electrons, protons, neutrons Pauli Exclusion Principle Electron Configuration Bohr Model Wave-mechanical model (quantum numbers) Periodic table (groups, electronegativity) Typical semiconductors
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2 Atomic Bonding Attractive and repulsive forces Primary bondings (strong, chemical) Ionic, covalent, metallic Secondary bondings (weak, physical) Van der Waals, hydrogen Crystal Structure Types (single crystal, polycrystalline, amorphous) Typical Crystal Structures BCC, FCC, HCP Typical semiconductor crystal structures Diamond cubic, Zincblende , Wurtzite Crystal density & Unit cell structures (atomic packing factor, APF) Crystal directions (Linear density, LD) Crystal planes (planar density, PD)
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3 Crystal Imperfection Point defects (vacancy, self-interstitial, substitutional, interstitial) compositions in alloys concept of doping Line defects or dislocations (edge, screw)
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2010 for the course ECE 331 taught by Professor Rajan during the Spring '09 term at Ohio State.

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6 - Review 1.Atomic Structure 2.Atomic Bonding 3.Crystal...

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