acceptor level

acceptor level

[ak′sep·tər ‚lev·əl]
(solid-state physics)
An energy level in a semiconductor that results from the presence of acceptor atoms.
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The basic contribution to the barrier formation at the free surface of CISCuT layers is made by the acceptor levels located about 0.
2] sufficiently chang es the acceptor levels and electronic coupling efficiencies to produce cells with absorbed photon-to-current efficiencies approaching 40 %, constant across the visible spectrum.