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Answer / maroof khan
semiconductor is a conductor which conductivity lies
between conductor & insulator.
insulator does not allow the flow of current.
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Answer / ramkumar
semiconductor conduct current only a.c positive half cycle
but insulator not allow to carry the current with in the
insulating level of that insulator.
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Answer / sunil guru
There is difference in the doping of SEMICONDUCTOR AND
IN SEMICONDUCTOR the distance between the upper band and the
lower band is low...so the conduction level is high...
and in INSULATOR the distance betwn U.B AND L.B is HIGH.. so
the conduction level is low..
insulators sre ban conductors and semiconductors are good
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Answer / phanendra babu
the first statement of u is wrong because semiconductor
never becomes a conductor.
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