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In the figure, $\text{ln }(\rho _i)$ is plotted as a function of $1/T$, where $\rho_i$ is the intrinsic resistivity of silicon, $T$ is the temperature, and the plot is almost linear.

The slope of the line can be used to estimate

  1. band gap energy of silicon $(E_g)$
  2. sum of electron and hole mobility in silicon $(\mu _n  + \mu _p)$
  3. reciprocal of the sum of electron and hole mobility in silicon $(\mu _n  + \mu _p)^{-1}$
  4. intrinsic carrier concentration of silicon $(n_i)$
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