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Fig. 1 1 shows the relationship between the bandgap energy, frequency and the wavelength. Fig. 12 shows the sensitivity of the eye as a function of wavelength. It is seen that many compound semiconductor materials exist for the wide range of wavelength from ultraviolet to far infrared. By applying these optical properties various LEDs and LDs can be made. 1 Carrier Concentration Carrier concentrations in semiconductors are determined as a thermal equilibrium between thermal excitation of electrons, ionization of impurities and ionization of defect levels.
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