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Diode

Definition: The simplest semiconductor device; conducts charges in one direction only and consists of a sandwich of p-type and n-type semiconductors
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Dani Demuth

on 17 March 2010

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Transcript of Diode

Example: Circut Symbol Definition: The simplest semiconductor device; conducts charges in one direction only and consists of a sandwich of p-type and n-type semiconductors. Diode By: Dani & Ryan Current can only flow one way through a diode. Diodes are electrical
versions of a valve. Early diodes were called valves. Electricity uses up a little energy
pushing its way through the diode. Otherwise known as:
FORWARD VOLTAGE DROP About 0.7 volts for all normal
diodes which are made from
silicon. Types of Diodes LED:Light Emitting Diode Laser diode This is different from the LED
because it produces cohernt light How Diodes Work Zener Diode Holds the voltage close to a constant value
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