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Homework 4 A silicon pn diode maintained at 300K has a doping of N a =3x1018 cm3 and N d =1.0x1016 cm3 and mobilities in the two regions of n =1000 cm2/VSec, p =200 cm2/VSec, minority carrier lif
ECE 3040 Homework 3
The goal of this homework is to design a photocell (also known as a photoelectric cell or photoelectric resistor) that will respond to light and change its resistance. This device
ECE 3040 Homework 2 1) Purpose: Understanding what the fermidistribution function is telling us. The fermidistribution function depicted in Figure 2.15 describes the probability that a state is occu
ECE 3040 Homework 1 1) Given the IVIV compound semiconductor SixGe1x (assume that covalent bonds exist although strictly speaking this is not entirely true) and that energy bandgaps and lattice cons
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