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1. Intrinsic electron density of a material, is computed to be 1 at 300 K a. Compute the band gap energy, of this material b. Compute the electron density at 500 K using the found in (a) 2. A piece of crystalline germanium (Ge) is doped uniformly with phosphorus and boron atoms. The doping density is for phosphorus (P) and for boron a. Determine the intrinsic electron density of Ge. b. What type is the resulting doped material - is it n or p type and why? room temperature (300 K) if value in (c) to that you found in (a) above? c. Compute intrinsic electron density of Ge, in d. What can you deduce from comparing the
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