We Can Figure This Out.org
Virtual Lab: Semiconductor Crystals
University of Virginia
© 2003-Present, John C. Bean
This page depicts the most common semiconductor crystal structures. 3D models of these crystals are downloaded to your PC where you can move and transform them.

To view these models, you need to have Shockwave installed and Active X controls enabled. But the software is a bit quirky: To move complex models you may have to drag the mouse slowly three or more times.

Users of Apple PCs should CLICK HERE for special instructions on how to use Shockwave on their PCs.

To start this tour, click the "Next Scene" button at the bottom of this page. Get numerical data on semiconductors by clicking the "Data" button above. To see related web pages on this website, click the "Related Pages" button.
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