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Question number: 19
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The energy gap for diamond is nearly
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  2 eV 

b.  1 eV 

c.  6 eV 

d.  4 eV 

Question number: 20
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The intrinsic semiconductor becomes an insulator at
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  100°C 

b.  0 K 

c.  0°C 

d.  300 K 

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Doping changes the Fermi energy of a semiconductor. Consider silicon, with a gap of 1.11 eV between the top of the valence bond and the bottom of the conduction band. At 300K the Fermi level of the pure material is nearly at the midpoint of the gap. Suppose that silicon is doped with donor atoms, each of which has a state 0.15 eV below the bottom of the silicon conduction band, and suppose further that doping raises the Fermi level to 0.11 eV below the bottom of that band.
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For doped silicon, calculate the probability that a state at the bottom of the silicon conduction band is occupied? (e ^{4.254} = 70.38)
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  10.5 ⨯ 10 ^{2 } 

b.  1.40 ⨯ 10 ^{2} 

c.  14 ⨯ 10 ^{2} 

d.  5.20 ⨯ 10 ^{2} 

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For pure silicon, calculate the probability that a state at the bottom of the silicon conduction band is occupied? (e ^{21.46} = 20.89 ⨯ 10 ^{8})
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  4 ⨯ 10 ^{10} 

b.  4.79 ⨯ 10 ^{10 } 

c.  5.20 ⨯ 10 ^{12} 

d.  3.42 ⨯ 10 ^{11} 

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Calculate the probability that a donor state in the doped material is occupied?
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  0.008 

b.  0.824 

c.  8.2 

d.  0.08 
