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  • NetLogic shareholders will get $50 a share, or 57 percent more than the semiconductor's closing price on Sept. 9.

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  • If a photon has about the same energy as the solar cell semiconductor's band gap, it knocks an electron into the conduction band, where it can flow as current.

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  • For this process to take place, however, the photons have to penetrate the material to the depletion zone and their energy has to precisely match the energy of the semiconductor's electronic bandgap -- the gap between its valence and conduction energy bands where no electron states can exist.

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  • For this process to take place, however, the photons have to penetrate the material to the depletion zone and their energy has to precisely match the energy of the semiconductor's electronic bandgap - the gap between its valence and conduction energy bands where no electron states can exist.

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  • An external electrical field may change a semiconductor's resistivity or 'behavior' for that matter.

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  • Calculations are made using each semiconductor's band gap, which refers to the amount of energy (photon) required to push electrons around, which determines a material's ability to absorb and convert light to electricity.

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  • Yet in spite of the semiconductor's seminal importance, semiconductor history is neglected by historians as "too new" and by the business media as "old news."

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  • Sheldon notes that while chemical treatments, such as etching off surfactant, have been shown to enhance the conductivity of thin film nanocrystal solids, these treatments will often alter the semiconductor's electrical properties, for example switching the material from n-type to p-type or altering the density of surface states.

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  • This also led to spin-offs in semiconductor's lithography and future generation biomedical sensors, "says Rick Harwig, Chief Technology Officer of Philips Electronics.

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