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Question:: Bandgap energy of silicon

January 24, 2011
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Title*:Bandgap energy of silicon
Question*:Hi ,i have a question.While finding the band gap energy of silicon ,after a particular temperature i got a junction voltage increases with increase in temperature.what does it indicte ?

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posted by S @ 8:58 PM  
  • At May 7, 2011 at 6:18 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    with the increase in temperature the intrinsic charge carriers got thermally generated and they recombine(holes+ electrons) at the junction and so barrier voltage(junction voltage) increases because of the increase in the depletion region which is full of immobile ions and lacking of free charge carriers to conduction.


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