3.12 Calculate the built-in voltage of a junction in which the p and n regions are doped equally with 5 × 1016 atoms/cm3. Assume n i = 1.5 × 1010/cm3. With the terminals left open, what is the width of the depletion region, and how far does it extend into the p and n regions? If the cross-sectional area of the junction is 20 μm2, find the magnitude of the charge stored on either side of the junction.

12 11 - 3.12 Calculate the built-in voltage of a junction in which the p and n regions are doped equally with 5 × 1016 atoms/cm3. Assume n i = 1.5 × 1010/cm3. With the terminals left open, what is the width of the depletion region, and how far does it extend into the p and n regions? If the cross-sectional area of the junction is 20 μm2, find the magnitude of the charge stored on either side of the junction.

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images - 3.12 Calculate the built-in voltage of a junction in which the p and n regions are doped equally with 5 × 1016 atoms/cm3. Assume n i = 1.5 × 1010/cm3. With the terminals left open, what is the width of the depletion region, and how far does it extend into the p and n regions? If the cross-sectional area of the junction is 20 μm2, find the magnitude of the charge stored on either side of the junction.

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