The difference between conductor, semiconductor and isolator is the size of the gap the smaller the better the conductivity conducters can overlap but unfortunatly i need specific numbers of the energy gap value like Si =1.11eV but i need the value of a good conductor not a semiconductor.
I don't know what your instructor is looking for.. good conductors don't have gaps, or anything that resembles a negative gap. Semimetals can be described as having a negative gap, but they aren't usually good conductors.
Ok guys thx for all the rapid response mucha grazsia i will email my teach now and find out what he wants as it has to be handed in on monday (Arrgggh)
I will update this thread with what his replie is for those that are interested.
Thanks all PF members.
It appears that this is a school work and should have been done in the HW/Coursework forum. Furthermore, your question is utterly vague (if you noticed, several posts here were addressing a very confusing part of your question, not addressing the possible answer).
If you are asking something as part of a school work, do that in the HW/Coursework forum. Per the rules of that forum, post the whole, complete question, not just your interpretation of the question.