A very large fraction of the devices we use to process and communicate information, such as diodes, transistors, photodetectors, and semiconductor lasers, use so-called semiconductor materials. The vast majority of these semiconductor materials are crystals. Here we will introduce some of the key features and processes in these materials that we will need for a basic understanding of how such devices work. Crystalline materials Many simple materials will form themselves in crystalline structures of atoms.
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