How does the resistivity of a semiconductor depends on temperature.

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How does the resistivity of a semiconductor depends on temperature.

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  1. The higher concentration of charge carriers decreases the resistivity of the semiconductor. As the resistivity of the semiconductor decreases with an increase in temperature, it becomes more conductive. A semiconductor exhibits excellent conductivity at high temperatures.