intrinsic semiconductor crystal
a: intrinsic semiconductor crystal ~
b: a sea with no air bubbles
"An intrinsic semiconductor crystal is like a sea with no air bubbles below the surface and no water droplets above the surface. A metal with conduction electrons is like a sea with no air bubbles but lots of sea spray far above the surface of the sea."
Date: Jul 22 2015 10:11 AM
# 7924 Critique Analogy
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