1. If a sample of germanium and a sample of Si have the impurity density and are kept at room temperature then





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  • By: guest on 02 Jun 2017 12.52 am
    Since the majority of charge carrier is better in Ge than in Si, for the same concentration of charge carriers, the conductivity of Ge is higher than that of Si.
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