2nd October 2019

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How does a pn junction diode work?

To understand how a pn-junction diode works, begin by imagining two separate bits of semiconductor, one n-type, the other p-type. As a result, the free electrons and holes near the junction tend to eat each other, producing a region depleted of any moving charges. This creates what is called the depletion zone.
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