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Narrow-gap semiconductors are semiconducting materials with a band gap that is comparatively small compared to that of silicon, i.e. smaller than 1.11 eV at room temperature. They are used as infrared detectors or thermoelectrics.
List of narrow-gap semiconductors
Nimtz, G. (1980), Recombination in Narrow-Gap Semiconductors, Physics Reports, 63, 265-300
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