Fermi Level of intrinsic and extrinsic semiconductor

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eq2_6_13.gif
(1)

eq2_6_16.gif
(2)


eq2_6_21.gif
(3)
eq2_6_15.gif
(4)

eq2_6_24.gif
(5)

we can find Equation (5) by dividing po by n0, and write an equation with respect to Ei.
However since equation (3) is a special form of (1) and (2), [when Ef=Ei] we can obtain equation (5) from
any arbitrary Ef.

However, since eq (5) consists of constants only, it will give a result Ef=Ei which contradicts to eq(4).
I know I am wrong, but from which step did I get this wrong?
 

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