Formation of Tetrahedral Phases
The properties of semiconducting compounds are governed primarily by the short-range order, i. e., by the chemical nature of atoms, the geometry of their distribution, and the absolute distances between them. The crystal structure of semiconducting compounds is a very important characteristic of the short-range order and, in the majority of such compounds, it can be deduced from the close packing of anions when the tetrahedral and octahedral vacancies are occupied by cations.
KeywordsTernary Compound Principal Quantum Number Hybrid Orbital Tetrahedral Structure Manganese Sulfide
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