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I hope one of you guys can help me with this. I'm working on this take-home exam on semiconductors and diodes, and I can't figure out this simple (?) problem.
Here is the given info:
a silicon pn-diode operating at room temperature (300 K)
Na = 2.4x10^14/cm3
Nd = 5.6x10^16/cm3
ni for silicon is 9.65x10^9/cm3
Lp and Ln = 100 microns
And the question is, Determine the majority carrier density Pp0 in the P-type side of the diode far away from the pn junction. The thing is, I can't find an equation anywhere for Pp0 using the information given. I have an equation for Pp but that seems to be for measuring P close to the PN junction, not far away from it. Does anyone know about this stuff?
Re: Semiconductor diodes help [Re: ] #3051186 - 08/26/04 01:20 AM (13 years, 5 months ago)
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