What is the resistance of a pure semiconductor?
The resistance of semiconductor, Insulator, and Electrolyte (silicon, Glass, Varnish, etc) decrease with increase in temperature. As the temperature increases, some of the electrons acquire energy and become free for conduction. Hence, conductivity increases and resistance decreases with increase in temperature.
How to Calculate Resistance of Diffused Layer?
Resistance of Diffused Layer calculator uses Resistance = (1/Ohmic Conductivity)*(Length of Diffused Layer/(Width of Diffused Layer*Thickness of Layer)) to calculate the Resistance, The Resistance of Diffused Layer formula is defined as the opposition encountered by the flow of current through a semiconductor material. This resistance is primarily influenced by the doping concentration, thickness, and material properties of the diffused layer. Resistance is denoted by R symbol.
How to calculate Resistance of Diffused Layer using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Resistance of Diffused Layer, enter Ohmic Conductivity (σ), Length of Diffused Layer (L), Width of Diffused Layer (W) & Thickness of Layer (t) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Resistance of Diffused Layer calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.735294 = (1/8.5)*(0.25/(0.04*1)).