7. Calculate the atomic concentration (in cm-³) and density (in g/cm³) of the following, using their lattice constants, atomic weights, and Avogadro's number: (a) Si (lattice constant = 5.43 Å; atomic weight = 28.1) (b) Ge (lattice constant = 5.66 Å; atomic weight = 72.6) (c) GaAs (lattice const. = 5.65 Å; atomic weightGa = 69.7; atomic weight As = 74.9) (d) InP (lattice constant = 5.87 Å; atomic weightn = 114.8; atomic weightp = 31) %3D %3D %3D %3D

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7. Calculate the atomic concentration (in cm-³) and density (in g/cm³) of the following,
using their lattice constants, atomic weights, and Avogadro's number:
(a) Si (lattice constant = 5.43 Å; atomic weight = 28.1)
(b) Ge (lattice constant = 5.66 Å; atomic weight = 72.6)
(c) GaAs (lattice const. = 5.65 Å; atomic weightGa = 69.7; atomic weight As = 74.9)
(d) InP (lattice constant = 5.87 Å; atomic weightn = 114.8; atomic weightp = 31)
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7. Calculate the atomic concentration (in cm-³) and density (in g/cm³) of the following, using their lattice constants, atomic weights, and Avogadro's number: (a) Si (lattice constant = 5.43 Å; atomic weight = 28.1) (b) Ge (lattice constant = 5.66 Å; atomic weight = 72.6) (c) GaAs (lattice const. = 5.65 Å; atomic weightGa = 69.7; atomic weight As = 74.9) (d) InP (lattice constant = 5.87 Å; atomic weightn = 114.8; atomic weightp = 31) %3D %3D %3D %3D

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