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A single crystal intrinsic semiconductor is at a temperature of $300$ $\text{K}$ with effective density of states for holes twice that of electrons. The thermal voltage is $26$ mV. The intrinsic Fermi level is shifted from mid-bandgap energy level by

  1. $18.02 \: meV$
  2. $9.01  \: meV$
  3. $13.45 \: meV$
  4. $26.90 \: meV$
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