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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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adj. - Having characteristics of any of a class of solids (as germanium or silicon) whose electrical transfer is between easy flowing and no flow at all

Usage examples (10)
  • Electroluminescence from semiconductive polymers has been known for about ten years.
  • When a voltage is applied between the electrodes, the semiconductive polymer will start emitting light.
  • Just now the most intensive development is aimed at conjugated polymers in their un-doped, semiconductive state.
  • One reason for the great commercial potential of conductive and semiconductive polymers is that they can be produced quickly and cheaply. for more
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