My friend and I have been designing a new type of energy cell for almost two years now. We are at the end of our design phase, have figured out pretty much all of the chemistry involved, and are in the process of partnering with a local university to begin testing soon. However, we still have some questions about the transport of charge carriers in semiconductors that we have not yet been able to answer. Our cell also requires a specific type of semiconductor to function. We are aware that Intel deals closely with semiconductors and were wondering if Intel would be able to provide us with the knowledge and/or the semiconductor we need to finish our cell in case the university we are working with cannot provide it.
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