When a semiconductor is doped with a p-type impurity, Physics

When a semiconductor is doped with a P-type impurity, each impurity atom will

(A) Acquire negative charge.                        (B) Acquire positive charge.

(C) Remain electrically neutral.                    (D) Give away one electron.

Ans:

As a semiconductor is doped along with a P-type impurity, each impurity atom will acquire negative charge.

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