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When Arsenic Is Added As An Impurity To Silicon, The Resulting Material Is

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n-type semiconductor

Arsenic is pentavalent. The addition each impurity atom makes an extra electron available for conduction. Thus the current carries are mainly electrons. Hence such semiconductors are called n-type semiconductors (n stands for negative current carriers).

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