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Drain current=Mobility of electron*Gate oxide capacitance per unit area*(Gate width/Gate length)*(Gate to source voltage-Threshold voltage)*Saturation voltage between drain and source GO
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conductivity=(Density of electron*[Charge-e]*Mobility of electron)+(Density of holes*[Charge-e]*Mobility of holes) GO
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Current density due to electrons=[Charge-e]*Density of electron*Mobility of electron*Electric Field GO
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conductivity=Density of electron*[Charge-e]*Mobility of electron GO

Conductivity in Extrinsic Semiconductors (for n-type) Formula

Conductivity of extrinsic semiconductors (n-type)=Donor concentration*[Charge-e]*Mobility of electron
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What are extrinsic semiconductors?

Extrinsic semiconductors are just intrinsic semiconductors that have been doped with impurity atoms (one dimensional substitutional defects in this case). Doping is the process where semiconductors increase their electrical conductivity by introducing atoms of different elements into their lattice.

What is n-type extrinsic semiconductor?

An n-type semiconductor is created when pure semiconductors, like Si and Ge, are doped with pentavalent elements. when a semiconductor is doped with a pentavalent atom, electrons are the majority charge carriers. On the other hand, the holes are the minority charge carriers. Therefore, such extrinsic semiconductors are called n-type semiconductors. In an n-type semiconductor, Number of free electrons >> Number of holes

How to Calculate Conductivity in Extrinsic Semiconductors (for n-type)?

Conductivity in Extrinsic Semiconductors (for n-type) calculator uses Conductivity of extrinsic semiconductors (n-type)=Donor concentration*[Charge-e]*Mobility of electron to calculate the Conductivity of extrinsic semiconductors (n-type), Conductivity in extrinsic semiconductors (for n-type) is the measure of an electric charge which can pass through an extrinsic semiconductor material of n-type. . Conductivity of extrinsic semiconductors (n-type) and is denoted by σ symbol.

How to calculate Conductivity in Extrinsic Semiconductors (for n-type) using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Conductivity in Extrinsic Semiconductors (for n-type), enter Mobility of electron n) and Donor concentration (Nd) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Conductivity in Extrinsic Semiconductors (for n-type) calculation can be explained with given input values -> 1.602E-11 = 1000000*[Charge-e]*100.

FAQ

What is Conductivity in Extrinsic Semiconductors (for n-type)?
Conductivity in extrinsic semiconductors (for n-type) is the measure of an electric charge which can pass through an extrinsic semiconductor material of n-type. and is represented as σ=Nd*[Charge-e]*µn or Conductivity of extrinsic semiconductors (n-type)=Donor concentration*[Charge-e]*Mobility of electron. Mobility of electron is defined as the magnitude of average drift velocity per unit electric field and Donor concentration is the concentration of electrons in the donor state.
How to calculate Conductivity in Extrinsic Semiconductors (for n-type)?
Conductivity in extrinsic semiconductors (for n-type) is the measure of an electric charge which can pass through an extrinsic semiconductor material of n-type. is calculated using Conductivity of extrinsic semiconductors (n-type)=Donor concentration*[Charge-e]*Mobility of electron. To calculate Conductivity in Extrinsic Semiconductors (for n-type), you need Mobility of electron n) and Donor concentration (Nd). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Mobility of electron and Donor concentration and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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