Title=Bandgap measurement

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<td width="698">This experiment is designed to calculate the energy band gap in the intrinsic region and the temperature dependence of the majority carrier mobility in the extrinsic region of semiconductors.</td>
<td width="698">This experiment is designed to calculate the energy band gap in the intrinsic region and the temperature dependence of the majority carrier mobility in the extrinsic region of semiconductors.</td>
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Band Structure and Electrical Conductivity in Semiconductors (2.10)

Student's Manual This experiment is designed to calculate the energy band gap in the intrinsic region and the temperature dependence of the majority carrier mobility in the extrinsic region of semiconductors.
Equipment manual Multi-Zone Ramp & Soak Controller
LabView Code LabVIEW Data Acquisition file
Sample Results Resistance versus temperature plot of carbon resistor
Resistivity versus temperature plot of Ge
Resistance versus temperature plot of UJT
Further Readings and References "An Introduction to Materials Engineering and Science", B. S. Mitchell, New Jersey, John Wiley and Sons, Hoboken, (2004), pp. 550-557.

"Discrete PID controller", http://www.atmel.com.
"Semiconductor Devices", S. M. Sze, John wiley and Sons, (2002), pp. 41.
"Four-Point Probe Manual", J. Chan, EECS 143 Microfabrication Technology, (1994), http://www.inst.eecs.berkeley.edu.
"An undergratuduate laboratory experiment for measuring the energy gap in semiconductors", A. Sconza and G. Torzo, Eur. J. Phys. 10 (1989).

"Introduction to Solid State Physics", C. Kittel, John Wiley and Sons, (2005), pp. 216-226.
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