How is an excess positive charge (hole) formed in a semiconductor atom?

The breaking of bonds leads to the formation of vacancies with missing electrons. An unoccupied place by an electron is equivalent to the appearance of an excess positive charge in a semiconductor atom. Such a charge is called a hole.

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