Semiconductor Device

Semiconductor Device is an electronic circuit element made from a material that is neither a healthy conductor nor a solid insulator; hence called a semiconductor. Such devices have found widespread applications because of their ruggedness, robustness, and affordability. As individual components, they have found use in power devices, optical sensors, and light emitters, including solid-state lasers. They have an extensive range of current and voltage handling functionality, with current ratings from a few nanoamperes (10−9 ampere) to more than 5,000 amperes and voltage ratings extending above 100,000 volts. More importantly, semiconductor devices lend themselves to integration into complicated but readily makeble microelectronic circuits.


 

 

  • Colloidal Semiconductor
  • Semiconductor thermodynamics
  • Semiconductor material
  • Bipolar transistors
  • Integrated electrical circuits
  • Metal Semiconductor field-effect transistors

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