intrinsic temperature range

intrinsic temperature range

[in′trin·sik ′tem·prə·chər ‚rānj]
(solid-state physics)
In a semiconductor, the temperature range in which its electrical properties are essentially not modified by impurities or imperfections within the crystal.
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