EE331HW1 - Problem 7 Problem 2.19 on p 70 of Jaeger and Blalock What are the electron and hole densities for this situation Is this intrinsic

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EE-331 Devices and Circuits 1 Homework 1 Winter 2011 Due in class on Wednesday, January 12, 2011. Problem 1: Problem 2.3 on p. 70 of Jaeger and Blalock. The maximum current density is 10 mA/ µ m 2 (milliamperes per square micron). Problem 2: Problem 2.6(a,b,c) on p. 70 of Jaeger and Blalock. Use Eq. (2.1) of the text. Problem 3: Problem 2.10 on p. 70 of Jaeger and Blalock. Problem 4: Problem 2.12 on p. 70 of Jaeger and Blalock. Assume that the charge carriers are positive. Problem 5: Problem 2.14 on p. 70 of Jaeger and Blalock. Problem 6: Problem 2.15(a,b) on p. 70 of Jaeger and Blalock.
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Unformatted text preview: Problem 7: Problem 2.19 on p. 70 of Jaeger and Blalock. What are the electron and hole densities for this situation? Is this intrinsic material? Problem 8: Problem 2.23 on p. 71 of Jaeger and Blalock. Problem 9: Problem 2.28(a,b) on p. 71 of Jaeger and Blalock. For simplicity, use an intrinsic carrier concentration of n i = 10 10 cm − 3 for Si at room temperature. Problem 10: Problem 2.29(a,b) on p. 71 of Jaeger and Blalock. For simplicity, use an intrinsic carrier concentration of n i = 10 10 cm − 3 for Si at room temperature....
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