- 3.3.1: Find values of the intrinsic carrier concentration for silicon at C...
- 3.3.2: Calculate the value of for gallium arsenide (GaAs) at T = 300 K. Th...
- 3.3.3: For a p-type silicon in which the dopant concentration , find the h...
- 3.3.4: For a silicon crystal doped with phosphorus, what must be if at T =...
- 3.3.5: In a phosphorus-doped silicon layer with impurity concentration of ...
- 3.3.6: A young designer, aiming to develop intuition concerning conducting...
- 3.3.7: Contrast the electron and hole drift velocities through a 10-m laye...
- 3.3.8: Find the current that flows in a silicon bar of 10-m length having ...
- 3.3.9: In a 10-m long bar of donor-doped silicon, what donor concentration...
- 3.3.10: Holes are being steadily injected into a region of ntype silicon (c...
- 3.3.11: Both the carrier mobility and diffusivity decrease as the doping co...
- 3.3.12: Calculate the built-in voltage of a junction in which the p and n r...
- 3.3.13: If, for a particular junction, the acceptor concentration is and th...
- 3.3.14: Estimate the total charge stored in a 0.1-m depletion layer on one ...
- 3.3.15: In a pn junction for which , and the depletion layer exists mostly ...
- 3.3.16: By how much does change if or is increased by a factor of 10?
- 3.3.17: If a 5-V reverse-bias voltage is applied across the junction specif...
- 3.3.18: Show that for a pn junction reverse-biased with a voltage , the dep...
- 3.3.19: In a forward-biased pn junction show that the ratio of the current ...
- 3.3.20: Calculate and the current I for V = 700 mV for a pn junction for wh...
- 3.3.21: Assuming that the temperature dependence of arises mostly because i...
- 3.3.22: A junction is one in which the doping concentration in the p region...
- 3.3.23: A pn junction for which the breakdown voltage is 12 V has a rated (...
- 3.3.24: A pn junction for which the breakdown voltage is 12 V has a rated (...
- 3.3.25: For a particular junction for which pF, V, and m = 1/3, find at rev...
- 3.3.26: The junction capacitance can be thought of as that of a parallel-pl...
- 3.3.27: A pn junction operating in the forward-bias region with a current I...
- 3.3.28: For the p+n junction specified in 3.22, find and calculate the exce...
- 3.3.29: A short-base diode is one where the widths of the p and n regions a...

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