Semiconductor vs Lwr - What's the difference?

semiconductor | lwr |


As a noun semiconductor

is (physics) a substance with electrical properties intermediate between a good conductor and a good insulator.

semiconductor

Noun

(en noun)
  • (physics) A substance with electrical properties intermediate between a good conductor and a good insulator.
  • See also

    * germanium * silicium * silicon ----

    lwr

    English

    Alternative forms

    * ===(en)=== (en-initialism)
  • (VLSI) line width roughness; used by semiconductor process engineers to describe a lithographic process problem.
  • (nuclear power) light water reactor; a nuclear reactor which uses light water as a neutron moderator.
  • Coordinate terms

    * light water reactor * BWR (boiling water reactor) * PWR (pressurized water reactor) * HWR (heavy water reactor)