Semiconductors and Superconductors

Superconductors are a clever material that shows zero opposition. So you can run current through and you will not lose any energy! Sounds like an extraordinary thought to save energy, so why not simply use superconductors rather than conductors? There is a trick. Superconductors are regularly conductors. They become superconductor in just certain circumstance. Significantly superconductivity relies upon temperature, current, and attractive field. This isn't all. Some are just superconductors in exceptionally high tension. So while we desire to have the option to utilize these sometime in the not so distant future, it is still extremely difficult to carry out this.

Anyway, how would you research their properties? There are a great many factors to investigate. Three most normal ones we can gauge is current, voltage, and opposition. Current and voltage are not the inborn property of material but rather of a circuit however can be utilized to gauge opposition which is, utilizing ohm's Law.

Amorphous semiconductors

Germanium and silicon semiconductors

MOSFET (MOS transistor)


Ohm's Law

Band Gap

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