A piece of semiconductor doped with impurities that make it amenable to accepting electrons.
Material in which electric charge which is carried by a deficit of electrons, or holes.
Material that has free-holes created by the proper dopant.
The conductivity type of a semiconductor material when the majority of carriers are holes, hence positive. P-type silicon is doped with dopant atoms from column III of the periodic table, such as boron.
a semiconductor material that has been doped so that there is a much larger number of mobile holes than there are mobile electrons.