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Semiconductor Doping

By Ivan Santos1, Stella Quinones1

1. University of Texas at El Paso

Understand N-Type and P-Type Semiconductor Doping.

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Version 1.1 - published on 06 Mar 2014

doi:10.4231/D3NZ80Q42 cite this

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World usage

Location of all "Semiconductor Doping" Users Since Its Posting

Simulation Users

411

18 31 40 45 47 62 69 72 77 81 93 117 125 136 143 144 151 172 176 179 182 229 244 253 259 260 261 269 292 296 304 310 314 368 384 387 401 404 411 411

Users By Organization Type
Type Users
Unidentified 208 (50.49%)
Educational - University 189 (45.87%)
Industry 9 (2.18%)
Unemployed 2 (0.49%)
Government Agency 2 (0.49%)
National Lab 1 (0.24%)
Educational - Pre-College 1 (0.24%)
Users by Country of Residence
Country Users
us UNITED STATES 80 (47.62%)
in INDIA 33 (19.64%)
co COLOMBIA 24 (14.29%)
mx MEXICO 7 (4.17%)
kr KOREA, REPUBLIC OF 5 (2.98%)
de GERMANY 5 (2.98%)
fr FRANCE 4 (2.38%)
my MALAYSIA 4 (2.38%)
it ITALY 3 (1.79%)
pk PAKISTAN 3 (1.79%)

Simulation Runs

2,475

114 170 192 213 220 286 324 334 350 358 438 592 634 665 678 682 694 850 863 870 877 1231 1335 1399 1452 1463 1464 1515 1817 1831 1871 1892 1911 2279 2441 2380 2444 2454 2475 2475
Overview
Average Total
Wall Clock Time 1.06 hours 72.73 days
CPU time 0.51 seconds 13.98 minutes
Interaction Time 8.77 minutes 10.03 days

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