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N-type is the name given to [[Glossary:Semiconductor|Semiconductor]] material doped with an impurity whose atoms have one too many [[Glossary:Electron|electrons]] to match the crystal lattice. These can carry an electric current as negative charges.
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N-type is the name given to a [[Glossary:Semiconductor|Semiconductor]] material doped with an impurity whose atoms have one too many [[Glossary:Electron|electrons]] to match the crystal lattice. These "spare" electrons can carry an electric current as negative charges.

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N-type is the name given to a Semiconductor material doped with an impurity whose atoms have one too many electrons to match the crystal lattice. These "spare" electrons can carry an electric current as negative charges.