Semiconductor Materials – 6

Semiconductor Materials » Exercise – 1

6. In a semiconductor, the total current is equal to :

(a) sum of electron and hole currents flow in same direction
(b) sum of electron and hole currents flow in opposite directions
(c) electron current only
(d) hole current only

Answer
Answer : (b)

Explanation
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