How a pure semiconductor under ordinary conditions behaves, Physics

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A pure semiconductor under ordinary conditions behaves like

(A) A conductor.               (B) An insulator.

(C) A magnetic material. (D) A ferro-electric material.

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A pure semiconductor under ordinary conditions behaves like an insulator.


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