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Course: EE 307, Spring 2008
School: Cal Poly
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4 4.1 CHAPTER (a) VG &gt; VTN corresponds to the inversion region (b) VG &lt;&lt; VTN corresponds to the accumulation region (c) VG &lt; VTN corresponds to the depletion region 4.2 (a) &quot; ox -14 3.9o 3.9 8.854x10 F / cm F nF C = = = = 6.91x10-8 2 = 69.1 2 -9 Tox Tox 50x10 m( 100cm / m) cm cm ox ( ) (b), (c) &amp; (d): Scaling the result from part (a) yields &quot; Cox = 69.1 nF...

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