doping

Type: Term Pronunciation: dōp′ing Definitions: 1. The administration of foreign substances to an individual; often used in reference to athletes who try to stimulate physical and psychological strength.
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Doping

The addition of dopants to a semiconductor.
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Doping

the intentional alloying of semiconducting materials with controlled concentrations of donor or acceptor impurities.
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Doping

The intentional alloying of semiconductor materials with controlled concentrations of donor or acceptor impurities. Dopants in semiconductors are either charge carrier donors or acceptors, and make the semiconductor either n-type (surplus electrons), or p-type (shortage of electrons). See also: Donor.
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doping

the intentional alloying of semiconducting materials with controlled concentrations of donor or acceptor impurities.
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doping

Using banned or illegal natural or synthetic chemicals to enhance athletic performance.
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Doping

A system of chemical treatment of the fabric used for the covering of structural parts of aeroplanes to protect, strengthen, tauten and render it airtight.
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doping

The introduction of an impurity into a semiconductor to modify its electrical properties.
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doping

(Dutch doop, sauce) the action of administering a drug to someone before a sports event (originally to a horse before a race), the substance thus administered. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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doping

(from the article `Track and Field Sports (Athletics)`) Repercussions continued from the BALCO doping scandal, which broke in 2003. In October sprinter and long jumper Marion Jones pleaded guilty in U.S. ... ...figures, inside and outside politics, was widespread in 2007. Cycling had always been considered a clean sport, and German fans...
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doping

(Dutch doop, sauce) the action of administering a drug to someone before a sports event (originally to a horse before a race); the substance thus administered.
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doping

addition of impurities to a semiconductor to achieve a desired N-type conductivity or P-type conductivity
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doping

The addition of dopants to a semiconductor to produce components of semiconductor devices such as transistors and solar cells. Through doping, a semiconductor material may acquire a surplus of positive charge carriers and become a p-type semiconductor or a surplus of negative charge carriers and bec...
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doping

doping, in electronics: see semiconductor.
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Doping

[semiconductor] In semiconductor production, doping intentionally introduces impurities into an extremely pure (also referred to as intrinsic) semiconductor for the purpose of modulating its electrical properties. The impurities are dependent upon the type of semiconductor. Lightly and moderately doped semiconductors are referred to as extr...
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Doping

Doping is generally the practice of adding impurities to something. ...
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Doping

Using chemicals or substances to boost performance - usually refers to the use of substances that have been banned by the UCI.
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Doping

Using chemicals or substances to boost performance - usually refers to the use of substances that have been banned by the UCI.
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Doping

In semiconductor production, doping is the process of intentionally introducing impurities into an extremely pure (also referred to as intrinsic) semiconductor in order to change its electrical properties.
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Doping

The addition of dopants to a semiconductor.
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