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Abstract

This chapter presents the properties of semiconductors, together with their industrial preparation, applications and uses.

Keywords

Pure Silicon Molten Silicon Silicon Tetrachloride Germanium Dioxide Intrinsic Semiconductor 
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Further Reading

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