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By completing the Crystal Viewer Lab in [[Resource(5065)]], you will be able to:

a) understand crystals,

b) understand crystal directions, and

c) Miller indices.

The specific objectives of the Crystal Viewer Lab are:

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If you have not had experience with crystal structures and Miller indices, here is a list of resources that will help you have the required knowledge to get the most of these materials:

1. Rober F. Pierret, Semiconductor Device Fundamentals (Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, 2000).

2. Michael Shur, Physics of Semiconductor Devices (Prentice Hall, 1990).

3. Dragica Vasileska, Stephen M. Goodnick and G. Klimeck: Computational Electronics: Semiclassical and Quantum Device Modeling and Simulation, Chapter 2 (CRC Press, 2010).

== Demo ==

[[Resource(6788)]]

[[Resource(10113)]]

== Theoretical descriptions ==

* [[Resource(9134)]]

* [[Resource(9136)]]

* [[Resource(5227)]]

* [[Resource(5752)]]

== Tool Verification ==

[[Resource(9156)]]

== Worked Examples ==

1. [[Resource(6818)]]

2. [[Resource(6821)]]

3. [[Resource(6824)]]

== Exercises and Homework Assignments ==

1. [[Resource(4200)]]

2. [[Resource(5144)]]

3. [[Resource(8243)]]

4. [[Resource(9361)]]

== Solutions to Exercises ==

Solutions will be provided to instructors ONLY.

== Take a Test ==

This test will assess your conceptual understanding of the physical, mathematical and computational knowledge related to crystal structures identification and Miller indices calculation.

[[Resource(9456)]]

== Solve the Challenge ==

In this final challenge you will integrate all what you have learned about crystal lattices.

[[Resource(9154)]]