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Solution: Which is not likely to lead to an increase in electrical conductivity?a. Increasing the temperature of a semiconductorb. Choosing a semiconductor with a smaller band gapc. Doping the semiconductord. All of the above would likely lead to an increase in electrical conductivity.

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Which is not likely to lead to an increase in electrical conductivity?
a. Increasing the temperature of a semiconductor
b. Choosing a semiconductor with a smaller band gap
c. Doping the semiconductor
d. All of the above would likely lead to an increase in electrical conductivity.

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