Carrier transport properties and non-equilibrium carriers

Carrier transport properties Under the action of an external electric field and a magnetic field, the movement of electrons and holes in crystalline silicon leads to the transport of electric…

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Carrier concentration of doped semiconductors

The carrier concentration in doped semiconductors changes with temperature, and experiences weak ionization region, intermediate ionization region, strong ionization region, transition region and intrinsic excitation region from low temperature to…

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N-type crystalline silicon and P-type crystalline silicon

(1) N-type crystalline silicon When crystalline silicon is doped with a small amount of impurity group V elements (such as P), its 5 valence electrons form 4 covalent bonds with silicon…

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Energy bands and intrinsic semiconductor silicon vs. extrinsic semiconductor silicon

1. Band structure of crystalline silicon The energy bands of a crystal reflect the interactions between the various atoms in the crystal, especially the outer electrons. One energy level of…

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