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how conduction takes place in semiconductors

how conduction takes place in semiconductors

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pratik
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6 years ago

Semiconductors have energy gap in between conductors and insulators (~1 eV) and thus require energy more than conductors but less than insulators. They don’t conduct electricity at low temperature but as temperature increases conductivity increases e.g. silicon and germanium.

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