# How the charge Carriers are created?

How the charge Carriers are created?

Charge Carriers are created if the electrons is removed from atom .

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Description : In a single crystal of an intrinsic semiconductor, the number of free carriers at the Fermi level at room temperature is: A) Half the total number of electrons in the crystal B) Zero C) Half the number of atoms in the crystal D) Half the number of free electrons in the crystal

Answer : In a single crystal of an intrinsic semiconductor, the number of free carriers at the Fermi level at room temperature is: Zero

Description : The transit time of the current carriers through the channel of a JFET decides it's?

Answer : The transit time of the current carriers through the channel of a JFET decides it's gate characteristics.

Description : A charge of 0.1 C moves past a given point every 0.01 s. How much is the current?

Answer : The current is 10.0A.  1ampere = 1 Coulomb per 1 second.  0.1Coulombs ÷ 0.01seconds = 10.0amperes.

Description : How do you charge a capacitor with a battery?

Answer : The  capacitor  is  connected   in  parallel  with   the  battery.

Description : What is the output voltage of a battery if 10 J of energy is expended in moving 1.25 C of charge?

Description : Briefly describe the electric field of a static charge.

Description : What is the charge on each capacitor when a 150 V is applied across two capacitors with values 5 μF and 10 μF, connected in series? A) 500 μC B) 0.5 μC C) 0.5 C D) None of these

Answer : What is the charge on each capacitor when a 150 V is applied across two capacitors with values 5 μF and 10 μF, connected in series? A) 500 μC B) 0.5 μC C) 0.5 C D) None of these

Description : Why does charge flow from positive to negative?

Description : Coulomb Siemens Farad Joule

Description : The state of charge of the battery is indicated by the electrolyte's :  (A) mass (B) colour (C) viscosity (D) specific gravity

Answer : The state of charge of the battery is indicated by the electrolyte's : specific gravity

Description : The minimum charge on an ion is?

Answer : The minimum charge on an ion is equal to the charge of an electron.

Description : What is the charge and mass of an electron?

Answer : Charge on electrons is 1.6022*10-19CAnd the mass of electrons is 9.109*10-31 kg

Description : The dominant charge carriers in p-type semiconductors are: w) neutrons x) electrons y) protons z) holes

Description : Suppose that 1000 electrons are removed from a neutral dielectric. How much charge, in coulombs, is stored in the dielectric?

Description : What are objects? How are they created?

Answer : Objects Objects are basic run time entities in an object-oriented system. They may represent a person, a place, a bank account, a table of data or any item that the program has to handle. An object is the ... object; OR class classname { class definition }; main() { classname object; }

Description : Majority carriers in n type semiconductor are_______. A. Electrons B. Holes C. Both D. None

Answer : Majority carriers in n type semiconductor are Electrons.

Description : In N-type semiconductors the majority of the carriers are: w) holes x) electrons y) protons z) neutrons

Description : In an npn transistor, _____ are the minority carriers.   (a) Free electrons (b) Acceptor ions (c) Donor ions (d) Holes

Answer : In an npn transistor, Holes are the minority carriers.

Description : If 27 J of energy is expended in moving 3 C of charge between two points, how much voltage is there between those two points?

Description : If a current of 500 mA charges a dielectric for 2 s, how much charge is stored in the dielectric?

Description : If a current of 1.5 A charges a dielectric for 5 s, how much charge is stored in the dielectric?

Description : A charge of 6 C moves past a given point every 0.3 s. How much is the current?

Answer : I = Q/t Q= 6C I=? T= 0.3s I= 6/0.3 I= 20A

Description : A charge of 0.05 C moves past a given point every 0.1 s. How much is the current?

Description : A charge of 1 C moves past a given point every 0.1 s. How much is the current?

Description : A charge of 2 C moves past a given point every 0.5 s. How much is the current?

Description : How much energy is expended, in joules, if a voltage of 12 V moves 1.25 C of charge between two points?

Description : How much is the potential difference between two points if 0.5 J of energy is required to move 0.4 C of charge between the two points?

Description : If 10 joules of energy are required to move 5 coulombs of charge between two points, the potential difference between the two points is equal to how many volts?

Description : A 3D illusion painting is created on a road. Shown on the left is how it appears to a viewer in perspective. If this illusion has to be sketched on paper, before it is painted, which one of the options on the right would be correct?

Description : A thin P-type silicon sample is uniformly illuminated with light which generates excess carriers. The recombination rate is directly proportional to (A) the minority carrier mobility (B ... lifetime (C) the majority carrier concentration (D) the excess minority carrier concentration

Answer : A thin P-type silicon sample is uniformly illuminated with light which generates excess carriers. The recombination rate is directly proportional to the excess minority carrier concentration

Description : A little under a million years ago, the briny waters of the Baltic Sea began flooding into the cold North Atlantic: geologists are still debating whether the flood was gradual or created a cataclysm. ... the flood was gradual or cataclysmic (E) whether the flood was gradual or it created a cataclysm

Description : 1. The ODI Player of the Year 2012' Award was given by ICC to which India cricketer? 2. Who has created world record in the men's 100 metres sprint event at 2008 Olympic Games? 3. Which ... reach Sri Lanka from Nagercoil ? 20. Which was the last governor of Bengal appointed by the Mughal emperor?

Answer : Answer : 1. Virat Kohli 2. Usain Bolt 3. Mitochondria 4. California and Texas 5. Sheikh Moinuddin Chisti 6. 5 years 7. 5 8. Rules and regulations 9. White Nile and Blue Nile 10. Aurangzeb ... 16. Methane 17. Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar 18. Remains constant 19. Gulf of Mannar 20. Murshid Quli Khan

Description : From the given data below: a b b a a b b a a b which one of the following is not a word in the dictionary created by LZ-coding (the initial words are a, b)? (1) a b (2) b b (3) b a (4) b a a b

Answer : (4) b a a b

Description : Consider the following statements: A. Adam Osborne produced the first portable computer. B. Ian Wilmut created the cloned sheep. Which of the statements given above is (are) correct ? (1) A only (2) B only (3) Both A and B (4) Neither (A) nor (B)

Answer : Both A and B

Description : What are the basic units from which human spare parts can be created? (1) Nerve cells (2) Stem cells (3) Heart cells (4) Kidney cells

Description : A current of 6 amperes flows through a 2 ohm resistor for 30 seconds. How many coulombs of charge have passed through the resistor?

Description : What is the output voltage of a battery if 12 J of energy is expended in moving 1 C of charge?

Description : What is the output voltage of a battery if 6 J of energy is expended in moving 1 C of charge?

Description : Write the formulas for each of the following statements: (a) current is the time rate of change of charge (b) charge is current accumulated over a period of time.

Answer : It is a physical property of an element which causes it to experience force when placed in emf. It can also be defined on basis of number of electrons or protons content in that element. Unit of charge is Coulomb C

Description : A charge of 0.1 coulomb moves through a given point in every 0.05 seconds. The current flowing through the point is (a) 2 mA (b) 5 mA (c) 2 A (d) 5 A

Description : If 120 Coulomb of charge passes through a conductor in 60 sec, the current in the conductor is

Answer : If 120 Coulomb of charge passes through a conductor in 60 sec, the current in the conductor is 2 A

Description : If a positively charged body is placed inside a spherical hollow conductor, what will be the polarity of charge inside and outside the hollow conductor ? (a) Inside positive, outside negative (b) Inside negative, outside positive (c) Both negative (d) Both positive

Answer : The polarity of the charge will positive

Description : "Electric flux enclosed by a surface surrounding a charge is equal to the amount of charge enclosed." This is the statement of

Answer : "Electric flux enclosed by a surface surrounding a charge is equal to the amount of charge enclosed." This is the statement of Gauss's law

Description : Which of the following can have positive or negative charge? A. Electron B. Iron C. Hole D. Neutron.

Answer : Iron can have positive or negative charge.

Description : Which of the statements about the force between two charge is true?  (1) Unlike charges repel each other (2) Like charges attract each other (3) No force exists between two unlike charges (4) A force of repulsion exists between two like charges

Answer : A force of repulsion exists between two like charges.

Description : A point charge of 120 mC is placed at the centre of a cube. What will be the total flux passing through one face of the cube?  A) 120 mC B) 60 mC C) 20 mC D) 30 mC

Description : What does the region around the stationary electric charge has?  (A) Electric field (B) Magnetic field (C) Semi permeable region (D) Insulating field

Description : To Charge a 120 V battery from a 600 V DC source using a DC chopper, The average battery current should be 20 A, with a peak to peak ripple of 2 A. If the chopper frequency is 200 Hz, calculate the duty cycle.  (A) 0.2 (B) 0.1 (C) 0.5 (D) 0.6

Description :  The charge on an electron is known to be 1.6 x 10-19 coulomb. In a circuit the current flowing is 1 A. How many electrons will be flowing through the circuit in a second?