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Semiconductors are generally hard and brittle, and possess negative coefficient of temperature resistance. In contrast with conductors whose conductivity increases with purification, the conductivity of semiconductors decreases with purification. Semiconductors are widely used as rectifiers, amplifiers, photocells etc. Their properties are of greater importance in telecommunication, power electronics, computer hardware etc. Complete details about them are given in chapters 6, 7 and 8. 3 Dielectrics These are the insulating materials in which the valence electrons are tightly bound to their parent atoms.
Intrinsic semiconductors are of no practical utility since they desire an extremely high voltage 108 volts) for conduction across the energy gap. Hence, they are doped to make extrinsic semiconductors. Extrinsic semiconductors are primarily of n-type and p-type. They may be in compound form such as GaAs, CdTe etc. and in alloy form such as HgCdxTe1-x. A number of semiconducting compounds are available in oxide, halide and sulphide forms also. The n and p-types are used to make n-p junction for diode, n-p-n and p-n-p for transistor, etc.
Rare earth garnet An introductory description of these materials is given below. They have been described at length and detail in forthcoming chapters. 1 Conductors These are the materials having plenty of free electrons in their valence orbit which are responsible for electrical and heat conduction. The valence and conduction band energies overlap in them (see Fig. 1). The mechanism of electron conduction through conductors occurs in accordance with free electron theory as described in chapter 4.
Advanced electrical and electronics materials : processes and applications by K. M. Gupta, Nishu Gupta, Ashutosh Tiwari