Semiconductor materials: silicon carbide, Physics

It has large energy gap 3.0ev and is regarded as high temperature semiconductor. It is extremely refectory subliming in the region of 28000C. Because of large band gap it is hoped that silicon carbide would be useful for very high temperature rectifier and transistors.

 

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