Covalent bonding, Electrical Engineering

Covalent Bonding

  1. Exhibited through the diamond lattice semiconductors.
  2. Each atom enclosed by four nearest neighbors, each comprising four electrons in the outermost orbit.
  3. Each atom shares the valence electrons of it with its four nearest neighbors.
  4. Bonding  forces  occur  from  a  quantum  mechanical  interaction  among  the  shared electrons.
  5. Both of the electrons belong to each bond, are indistinguishable, and have opposite spins.
  6. No free electrons obtainable at 0 K, though, by thermal or optical excitation, electrons can be excited out of a covalent bond and can take part in current conduction significant feature of semiconductors.
Posted Date: 1/11/2013 2:58:15 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Covalent bonding, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Covalent bonding, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Covalent bonding Discussions

Write discussion on Covalent bonding
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Some wire of cross-sectional area 1mm 2 has a resistance of 20Ω. Determine: a)  The resistance of a wire of the same length and material if the cross-sectional area is 4 mm 2 .

Q. An 8 - pole dc generator has 500 armature conductors and has a useful flux per pole of 0.065 web. What will be the emf generated if it is lap connected and runs at 1000 r.p.m.

Explain signal description of 8085 a) Address bus b) Control and status signal c)  Address latch enable d)  S1,S0 status signals e)  Read ,write signal

The creation of a magnetic field in a ring may need to be accessed by means of an air gap. This is typically used to apply the magnetic field to a current carrying conductor to pro

Supercomputer The largest  fastest and most  powerful  are called supercomputers. Supercomputers are mainly used for  weather forecasting remote  sensing image processing, biom

Determine the active - reactive and apparent power: In the given circuit, determine the active, reactive and apparent power. Figure Solution  The inductive

I want project ideas.


Seal Management - Meter Field Testing For an effective seal management system it is necessary that: i) The  seals  used  are  tamper  proof,  that is they  cannot  be  remo

Field-Effect Transistor: The field-effect transistor that is abbreviated as FET relies on an electric field to control the shape and therefore the conductivity of a channel of