What is the difference between n-type and p-type semiconductors?
A) n-types are made from nonmetals and are made from polymers
B) n-types make materials more conductive while p-types make materials less conductive
C) n-types contain dopants while p-types contain junctions
D) n-types are doped with electron rich atoms while p-types are doped with electron poor atoms
E) n-types have not energy gap between bands while p-types have a small or large energy gap
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