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Pure silicon is (a) a p-type semiconductor (b) an n-type semiconductor (c) an intrinsic semiconductor (d) an extrinsic semiconductor 

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Pure  silicon  is  an  intrinsic  semiconductor because  its  own  electrons   are  responsible   for   conduction.

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