OCR AS Physics B - Materials Presentation

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    hello everyone

    I'm doing "the use of silicon in microprocessors" for my materials coursework presentation. I'm thinking of doing a bit on the properties of semi conductors and positive "holes" and doping. Can anyone think of any other topics that you think I could cover?

    Go easy, this is my first post!

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    (Original post by campainr)
    hello everyone

    I'm doing "the use of silicon in microprocessors" for my materials coursework presentation. I'm thinking of doing a bit on the properties of semi conductors and positive "holes" and doping. Can anyone think of any other topics that you think I could cover?

    Go easy, this is my first post!

    Richard
    off topic, but what do you think of the official OCR advancing physics textbook for this syllabus?
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    (Original post by W.H.T)
    off topic, but what do you think of the official OCR advancing physics textbook for this syllabus?
    I think it's ****e!

    Also the question sheets (printed from the cd) are so bad!
    The wording is rubbish!
 
 
 
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