What are Semiconductors?
A semiconductor is a compound or element that can sometimes conducts electricity under certain circumstances. Semiconductors include antimony, arsenic, boron, carbon, germanium, selenium, silicon, sulfur, and tellurium. They are often being used in modern technology to control electrical currents. Properties differ from different semiconductors, since they are in different groups of the periodic table.
Examples of Semiconductors
Products containing Semiconductors
Here are some products containing Semiconductors:
Semiconductors are present in most of the technology we are using today!
- Portable radios
- TV sets
- Gaming Consoles