Mixed bonding, Electrical Engineering

Mixed Bonding

  1. Displayed by III-V compounds bonding partly ionic and partly covalent.
  2. Ionic character of bonding becomes much more prominent since the constituent atoms move further away in the periodic table, for example II-VI compounds.
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