semiconducting material

NOUN
  1. a substance as germanium or silicon whose electrical conductivity is intermediate between that of a metal and an insulator; its conductivity increases with temperature and in the presence of impurities
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How To Use semiconducting material In A Sentence

  • All of the patents incorporate photovoltaic systems, which transform light into electricity using semiconducting materials such as silicon. Smithsonian
  • To begin, the researchers use chemical deposition of a vapour of a semiconducting material - silicon, indium arsenide or gallium hosphide, for instance - on catalytic gold seeds.
  • Microprocessors are fabricated on a single crystal of a semiconducting material such as silicon or germanium.
  • Microprocessors are fabricated on a single crystal of a semiconducting material such as silicon or germanium.
  • Conventional MEMS are built through a process called photolithography, in which different layers of material are chemically deposited on a substrate - usually a wafer of some semiconducting material - and etched away to form functional patterns. PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories
  • So, photonic crystals are now typically made of insulating or semiconducting materials, such as titanium oxide, silicon dioxide, silicon, or gallium arsenide.
  • All of the patents incorporate photovoltaic systems, which transform light into electricity using semiconducting materials such as silicon. Smithsonian
  • A method and apparatus for processing a wafer comprising a material selected from an electrical semiconducting material and an electrical insulating material.
  • Chips are made with photolithography, where a beam of parallel light shines through a stencil-like mask onto a semiconducting material, and changes it so that acid will not etch the part exposed.
  • Other types of detectors, like those that use a semiconducting material, are slower but provide more data about the gamma rays they pick up.
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