exciton

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ex·ci·ton

 (ĕk′sĭ-tŏn′, -sī-)
n.
An electrically neutral excited state of an insulator or semiconductor, often regarded as a bound state of an electron and a hole.

exciton

(ˈɛksaɪˌtɒn)
n
(General Physics) a mobile neutral entity in a crystalline solid consisting of an excited electron bound to the hole produced by its excitation
[C20: from excit(ation) + -on]
Translations
Exziton
eccitone
엑시톤여기자
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Scientists previously believed that only the more localized form of excitons, called Frenkel excitons, were present in organic semiconductors.