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June 24th, 2003
Diamond debuts as true semiconductor
To an engineer, diamond is more than a gemstone: it is also a promising semiconductor with exceptional physical, chemical and electronic properties. But to convert diamond into a true semiconductor, impurities need to be added to alter its conductivity.
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