4.31 When a 10-A current is applied to a particular diode, it is found that the junction voltage immediately becomes 700 mV. However, as the power being dissipated in the diode raises its temperature, it is found that the voltage decreases and eventually reaches 600 mV. What is the apparent rise in

4.31 When a 10-A current is applied to a particular diode, it is found that the junction voltage immediately becomes 700 mV. However, as the power being dissipated in the diode raises its temperature, it is found that the voltage decreases and eventually reaches 600 mV. What is the apparent rise in junction temperature? What…

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images - 4.31 When a 10-A current is applied to a particular diode, it is found that the junction voltage immediately becomes 700 mV. However, as the power being dissipated in the diode raises its temperature, it is found that the voltage decreases and eventually reaches 600 mV. What is the apparent rise in

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