acceptor-impurity atom


acceptor-impurity atom

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  • acceptor — [ak sep′tər, əksep′tər] n. [L] 1. one who accepts; specif., a person who signs a promise to pay a draft or bill of exchange 2. Chem. an atom that receives a pair of electrons from another atom to form a covalent bond with it 3. Electronics an… …   English World dictionary

  • acceptor — n. 1 Commerce a person who accepts a bill. 2 Physics an atom or molecule able to receive an extra electron, esp. an impurity in a semiconductor. 3 Chem. a molecule or ion etc. to which electrons are donated in the formation of a bond. 4 Electr. a …   Useful english dictionary

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