MSEN 201 Lecture 16.2: Electrical Properties - Alloying and Dopants

By Patrick J Shamberger

Materials Science & Engineering, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX

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MSEN 201 Lecture 16.2: Electrical Properties - Alloying and Dopants
  • L16.2 Electronic Doping: Metals vs. Semiconductors 1. L16.2 Electronic Doping: Metal… 0
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  • Electronic Doping: Metals vs. Semiconductors 2. Electronic Doping: Metals vs. … 5.1384718051384723
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  • Effect of dopants on conductivity/resistivity 3. Effect of dopants on conductiv… 29.32932932932933
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  • Effect of dopants on conductivity/resistivity 5. Effect of dopants on conductiv… 165.66566566566567
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  • Metals 6. Metals 194.12746079412747
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  • Example: Ni-Chrome Wire 8. Example: Ni-Chrome Wire 346.44644644644649
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  • Semiconductor 9. Semiconductor 408.40840840840843
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  • Example: Silicon 10. Example: Silicon 476.17617617617617
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