Question 1 [24 Marks!
Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1. Electron-hole pairs are produced by:
(a) recombination
(b) thermal energy
@ ionization
(d) doping
2. The current in a semiconductor is produ
PHYS3106 Laboratory Test.
Fall 2016
How it works?
1. You should select and prepare 5 out of the 11 tasks proposed in addition to the task
for all.
2. Inform the instructor beforehand of which 5 tasks you have selected and arrange for
a day/time during wee
PHYS3106
Wednesday 26 October 2016
Quiz
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1. In a normal operation ofa bipolar junction transistor (BJT), how the Emitter-Base (E-B) and
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PHYS 3106 ELECTRONICS FOR PHYSICS
Course Topics and Tentative-Weekly Schedule
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Book Chapters (Sections)
Electronic Devices by Floyd 8th Ed.
Introduction to Semic
PHYS 3106 ELECTRONICS FOR PHYSICS
Sections for Final Exam
Topics of Lectures
Introduction to Semiconductors
Diode Applications
BJ Transistor Bias Circuits
BJT Amplifiers
Number Systems
Logic Gates and Boolean Algebra
Logic Gates and Boolean Algebra
Exampl
Fourier Series:
1. Expand the following periodic functions in a sine-cosine Fourier series:
a. f(x) = 1 + x, - < x <
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Inputs both logical ones. When all the inputs are held at high voltage, the base
emitter junctions of the multiple-emitter transistor are reverse-biased. Unlike DTL, a
small collector current (approximately 10A) is drawn by each of the inputs. This is
bec
II. Partial Differential Equations:
Using Polar Coordinates:
A circular membrane (for example a drumhead) is attached to a rigid support along its
circumference. It satisfies the wave equation
|Separate the wave equation in Polar coordinates, r, to find t
Partial Differential Equations:
Find the steady-state temperature distribution u in a semi-infinite slab in 3 dimensions as shown
in the figure below. The temperature at the front square two edges is held at 0o as shown. The
other sides have temperature e
CHAPTER 2 OUTLINE
Scientific Methods in Psychology
Module 2.1: Thinking Critically and Evaluating Evidence
1) Evidence and Theory in Science:
a) Induction, the process of inferring a general principle from observations, is a central
process in science by
Chapter 4
Work - the product of the magnitude of the
force (F) and the parallel distance (d) through
which the object moves
work = force x parallel distance
W = Fd
Mechanically, work involves both force and
motion
Section 4.1
Section 4.1
Section 4.1
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Chapter 2
Physics is concerned with the basic principles
that describe how the universe works.
! Physics deals with matter, motion, force, and
energy.
!
Intro
Classical mechanics
! Waves and sounds
! Thermodynamics
! Electromagnetism
! Quantum mechanics
!
Chapter 8
Electric charge is a fundamental quantity we
dont really know what it is
But we can describe it, use it, control it
Electricity runs motors, lights, heaters, A/C,
stereos, TVs, computers, etc.
Electric Forces at the microscopic level they
ho
Chapter 3
In chapter 2 we studied motion but not its
cause.
In this chapter we will look at both force and
motion the cause and effect.
We will consider Newtons:
Newtons three laws of motion
Newtons law of universal gravitation
Buoyancy and momentum
Chapter 1
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Description leading to understanding of our
environment.
Description involves the measurement of the
physical world.
Understanding our environment demands the
interpretation of accurate measurements (i.e.,
data).
Therefore, understanding
Chapter 6
We know that when matter is disturbed,
energy emanates from the disturbance. This
propagation of energy from the disturbance
is know as a wave.
We call this transfer of energy wave motion.
Examples include ocean waves, sound waves,
electromag