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dopant

 [do´pant]
an impurity purposely added, as to a laser crystal or a semiconductor, during manufacturing in order to create a desired characteristic.

dopant

[do′pant]
an impurity purposely added, as to a laser crystal or a semiconductor, during manufacturing to create a desired characteristic.
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In studies conducted at Princeton, the researchers found that the new dopant increased the conductivity of these semiconductors about a million times.
These thinfilms have been fabricated using precursor solution prepared with dopant concentration 0.
The crystallite size, dislocation density and strain are plotted as a function of dopant concentration in Fig.
For the synthesis, water was added to the Erlenmeyer flask followed by the addition of respective amounts of dopants as indicated in Table 1.
Hence, it is assumed that it may be possible to achieve high polarization powers by designing dopants with chiral cores having polar functional groups that are conformationally more restricted when confined to the zigzag binding site of the SmC host.
And unlike other dopants that have been tried in the past, TFSA is stable - its effects are long lasting.
Using thin layers of p- or n-type dopants on the source/drain contacts, the transistor becomes either purely p- or n-type, which allows for high noise immunity and low static power consumption.
Transistors are built out of semiconducting materials, with properties that are finely tuned by adding small amounts of impurities called dopants.
Primarily contains tin and copper with the inclusion of metallic dopants to control the grain structure and the copper dissolution rate.
The carefully balanced mix of non-radio-toxic dopants in the Tungsten Electrodes is said to produce a ten-times greater performance over standard thoriated products.
This silicon is available with both p and n-type dopants and has a narrow axial and radial resistivity tolerance to ensure uniform microwave performance.
Chiral dopants known to induce strong polarizations normally contain one or more stereocentre(s) that are closely linked to polar functional groups within the core of the molecule.