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dopant

[′dō·pənt]
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dopant

An element diffused into pure silicon in order to alter its electrical characteristics and make it more conductive. Boron, phosphorous, antimony and arsenic are common dopants. See doping.
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By carefully choosing the type and amount of dopant, researchers can alter semiconductors' electronic structure and electrical behavior in a variety of ways.
ZnO thinfilms have been fabricated with tin as dopant at different molar concentrations.
Objective: The ever shrinking size of field effect transistors for digital electronics has now reached a boundary where fluctuations in the position of a single dopant can have a significant influence on the performance of the transistor and quantum effects cannot be neglected any more.
Among the various dopants lanthanum substitution is the most important as its ionic radius matches well with bismuth [7, 9].
To stay ahead of the doping community, Dr Alsayrafi said some approaches like in vivo models will help to identify stable metabolites of known dopants or metabolites of new dopants.
The majority of the research found in literature for synthesizing doped CPs and composites have employed the electrochemical polymerization method; whereas, in the current research, a chemical oxidative polymerization is used in which large scale synthesis of composite pigment is possible along with simultaneous incorporation of corrosion inhibiting dopants.
Our crosslinkable plasticized-host materials further simplify the fabrication process by enabling low temperature diffusion of image-wise-printed blue, red, and green dopants without assistance of solvent for the production of large-size-full-color displays.
Now a days chiral dopants have attracted the attention due to the special technological properties [5].
An article comprising: a support matrix; a photoactive monomer; a photoinitiator; and a dynamic range enhancing dopant which is bound to the support matrix by an immobilizing group; wherein the dynamic range enhancing dopant comprises a radical trap group and an immobilizing group, and wherein the article has a dynamic range that is at least 1.
A major problem with these small-molecule dopants is that they can be mobile, diffusing through the polymer film or subliming from the surface.
Le furosemide, une substance interdite, est un diuretique utilise pour masquer d'autres produits dopants.
Additionally, the closed region of the source minimizes sample contamination and contains vapors of derivatizing agents and dopants used for analysis of more complex samples.