ee2_fall07_HW6 - EE2(Fall 2007 Home-work Problem Set 6 Due...

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EE2 (Fall 2007) Home-work: Problem Set 6 Due date: 11-19-2007 {Unless otherwise stated take the material as silicon, the temperature to be 300K and n i as 10 10 cm -3 at 300K) 1. A piece of silicon has 2 x 10 15 cm -3 donor atoms. Assuming that the electrostatic potential is measured (or zero referenced) with respect to the Fermi level, what is the electrostatic potential? (Hint: potential is potential energy divided by the charge) 2. Do the same as last problem for a p-type silicon sample with 10 16 cm -3 acceptor atoms. 3. Problem 11 on page 100 in the course reader.
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