Energy gap, Electrical Engineering

Energy Gap

  1. Differentiating feature between the metals, insulators, and semiconductors.
  2. Ascertains the absorption or emission spectra, the leakage current, and the intrinsic conductivity.
  3. Unique value for every semiconductor (for example 1.12 eV for Si, 1.42 eV for GaAs) functions of temperature.
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