Question

Identify the property which is not characteristic for a semiconductor?

A
at a very low temperatures, it behaves like an insulator
B
at higher temperatures two types of charge carriers will cause conductivity
C
the charge carriers are electrons and holes in the valence band at higher temperatures
D
the semiconductor is electrically neutral.
Solution
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For semiconductors, in conduction band the charge carriers are electrons and holes at higher temperatures.

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