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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of semiconducting

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Derived Form of semiconducting

comparitive: more semiconducting
superlative: most semiconducting
having characteristics of a semiconductor; that is having electrical conductivity greater than insulators but less than good conductors

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  1. semiconductors, built in layers on a thin wafer of semiconducting material - usually
  2. and inject electrons into the conduction band of the semiconducting titanium dioxide.
  3. Sir, New semiconducting materials
  4. semiconducting device so that you could talk on a phone or type a
  5. germanium. Tin is very, very mildly semiconducting,
  6. and smaller because it is basically a semiconducting device. I will show you construction of a
  7. semiconducting form. It's a tiny, tiny band gap,
  8. the thermal insulator. It is insulating from the semiconducting silicon and this portion
  9. But now it is showing interesting semiconducting properties. Sometimes even it is metallic
  10. incorporation of semiconducting properties. It is not so easy although it is possible.
  11. of the intrinsic semiconducting material. When certain impurity atoms like antimony
  12. like that, we will come later. Now, if you have a P-type semiconducting material or N-type
  13. semiconducting material, as you know that in a semiconductor, we can identify a band
  14. have put certain impurities and the material is behaving like a semiconducting material.
  15. the right side of the group five like you have aluminum phosphide these act as semiconducting
  16. semiconducting devices capable of storing a charge caused by light photons striking a photosensitive surface
  17. characteristics. Common semiconducting materials used for radiation detectors include high-purity
  18. this is semiconducting material. So semiconductor material means that the hanging structure
  19. We can exploit this narrow band gap to make a radiation detector. If we cool the semiconducting
  20. holes. Radiation incident upon the semiconducting junction produces these electron hole pairs