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Sunday, December 11, 2016

#357 Inorganic semiconductors, cont.

In the Periodic Table of the Elements  a section concerned witrh groups II to Vi   is often referred to as a “semiconductor periodic table”. All inorganic semiconductors either elemental in group IV (carbon, silicon and germanium), or in the form of compounds synthesized from the elements from the group IV (IV-IV compounds, e.g., silicon carbide, SiC), groups III and V (III-V compounds, e.g., gallium arsenide, GaAs), as well as groups II and VI (II-VI compounds, e.g., cadmium selenide, CdSe) originate from this section of the periodic table.

Posted by Jerzy Ruzyllo at 05:18 PM | Semiconductors | Link



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