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Crystal Planes in Silicon_Miller Index_Angle between Planes_Wafer Flat_Crystallography

Crystal Planes in Silicon_Miller Index_Angle between Planes_Wafer Flat_Crystallography

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4/30/10 4:47 PM Crystal Planes in Silicon/Miller Index/Angle between Planes/Wafer Flat/Crystallography Page 1 of 2 http://cleanroom.byu.edu/EW_orientation.phtml B R I G H A M Y O U N G U N I V E R S I T Y C O N T A C T | H E L P Semiconductor Properties Crystal Planes NAVIGATION MENU Cleanroom Home Photonics Home Semiconductor Properties... Microfabrication Processes... Optical References... Cleanroom Equipment... Safety and Protocol... User Resources... External Links... [EXPAND ALL...] [COLLAPSE ALL...] Notice : Undefined offset: 1 in /auto/grp4/cleanroom/www/counter/lib/new_connect.php(95) : eval()'d code on line 1 Crystal Planes in Semiconductors Miller Indices All lattice planes and lattice directions are described by a mathematical description known as a Miller Index. This allows the specification, investigation, and discussion of specific planes and directions of a crystal. In the cubic lattice system, the direction [hkl] defines a vector direction normal to surface of a particular plane or facet. The Miller Indices h,k,l are defined as follows:
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