Doping and Anti- Doping Studies

Doping in competitive sports refers to the use of prohibited medications by athletic competitors to enhance their performance. Doping is a phrase that is frequently used by organizations that over see athletic events. The International Olympic Committee and most other international sports organizations view the use of drugs to improve performance as unethical and forbid it as such. Doping in the manufacture of semiconductors refers to the purposeful introduction of impurities into an inherent semiconductor with the goal of modifying its structural, optical, and electrical properties. An extrinsic semiconductor is the term used to describe the doped substance.


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