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At absolute zero, Si acts as
None of these
Therefore Silicon (Si) behaves as an insulator at absolute zero. Due to the insufficient energy in the electrons of silicon and absolute zero it cannot overcome the band gap of 3 eV to jump from the valence band to the conduction band and thus act as an insulator.
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