5 edition of The metallurgy of semiconductors. found in the catalog.
The metallurgy of semiconductors.
Shashkov, IНЎU. M.
|Statement||Authorized translation from the Russian by J. E. S. Bradley.|
|LC Classifications||TN799.G4 S453|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||183|
|LC Control Number||60016419|
Solids containing donor impurities are called n-type semiconductors, where n stands for negative (the charge of the added electron). In contrast, acceptor impurities are electron deficient, create a vacancy in an orbital, which causes electrons to move in one direction - the vacancies move in the opposite direction, and the movement conducts.
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