Lecture 18 - C-V Characteristics

Lecture 18 - C-V Characteristics - Introduction to...

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1 Introduction to Semiconductor Devices Instructor : Ridha Kamoua Stony Brook University Lecture Notes C-V Characteristics
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3 Learning Outcomes: 1. Capacitance Voltage Characteristics p-type semiconductor n-type semiconductor
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4 Example:
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Capacitance is defined as: dV dQ C = : dQ Differential change in charge on one plate as a function of differential change in voltage dV across the capacitor. Ideal C-V Characteristics: p-type
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