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If the impurity atom possesses 3 outer electrons the situation is fairly similar, but there is one electron missing instead of having a surplus electron in the bond as shown in Fig. 15. In order to complete the bond, one additional electron is badly needed. Any free electron wandering that way is likely to be snatched or even worse, the impurity atom might consider stealing an electron from one of its neighbours. In either case the effect is that an electron disappears and an electron disappearing is equivalent to a hole appearing.
If we fail to di'9'ide up a small piece we can usually blame the tools at our disposal for this failure. We would hardly come to the conclusion that there was a piece which could no longer be divided, that we had reached the limit and that material was no longer divisible. It needed a leisurely age, a lot of like-minded men discussing everything under the sun, to come to the idea that there is a smallest indivisible unit. At the time it was only an intellectual exercise; the first proofs started to accumulate only two millennia later.
13 The structure of silicon in three dimensions; each atom is symmetrically surrounded in an imaginary cube by its four nearest neighbours. The bonds are represented by the tubular connections protons) eager two escape but two sheep-dogs (the two electrons) running round them foiling their attempts. Let us look now at the atom of the most widely used semiconductor, silicon. It has 14 protons, 14 neutrons and 14 electrons. There are two inner shells containing 10 electrons and an outer shell with 4 electrons.
Modern Physical Electronics by L. Solymar (auth.)