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18.28Phosphorus will act as a donor in Ge because (P) is from group VA of the periodic table a P atom has onemore valence electron than a Ge atom.Sulfur will act as a donor in AlP because S is from group VIA of the periodic table, it will substitute for P;also, an S atom has one more valence electron than a P atom.Indium will act as a donor in CdTe because is from group IIIA of the periodic table, it will substitute forCd; furthermore, an In atom has one more valence electron than a Cd atom.Aluminum will act as an acceptor in Si because (Al) is from group IIIA of the periodic table, an Al atom
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Fall
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Fong
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Periodic Table, Chemical element, Oxide, Chemical elements

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