|Dec9-08, 04:27 PM||#1|
I'm having some trouble trying to understand the Kroger-Vink notation.. the following example is of donor doping (for semi conductor, extrinsic)..
the first equation is meant to be elecronic compenstaion while the bottom equation is ionic compensation
|Dec9-08, 06:42 PM||#2|
The key with K-V notation is to simultaneously balance matter, charge, and sites. I believe the notation arose as a way to save space by tilting the typewriter platen and typing one or multiple periods, apostrophes, or xs. Why they couldn't just use the conventional, for example, "3-" or "4+" for charge I don't know.
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