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extrinsic and intrinsic semiconductor

extrinsic and intrinsic semiconductor

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this is the basic of semiconductor its about the two type that is extrinsic and intrinsic.
this is the basic of semiconductor its about the two type that is extrinsic and intrinsic.

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Published by: ryan ong on Sep 12, 2009
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INTRINSICSEMICONDUCTOR 
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A pure semiconductor.
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Its conductivity is low.
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It has thermally generated current carries.
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Examples of pure or intrinsic semiconductorused frequently
 
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At 0 K, all the covalent bonds is complete . Therefore, nofree electron is available in the crystal for the conduction of current . Hence, silicon crystal behaves as an insulator at 0 K.
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At room temperature, a covalent bond breaks, an electronbecomes free. The electron which leave the bonds is calledfree electron and the vacancy created in the covalent bonddue to the release of electron is called a hole.
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If the potential difference is applied across an intrinsicsemiconductor, electrons will moves towards the positive

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