Unit 1 Homework 1 Pn Junctions And Diodes

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  • EET120 QuizUnit 1 Study GuideSection 1-1 pg 2Define atomic number.Section 1-1 pg 4-5Determine the maximum number of electrons in each shell of an atomSection 1-1 pg 5Know the characteristics of valence electrons.Section 1-2 pg 8 Name the elements that are considered to be semiconductors.Section 1-4 pg 15Understand how a p-type semiconductor is created.Section 1-4 pg 15Know what the majority carriers are in p-type semiconductor.Section 1-5 pg 17Define pn junction.Section 1-5 pg 18Know the barrier potentials of silicon and germanium.Section 2-1 pg 34Understand how current behaves in a reverse-biased diode.Section 2-2 pg 36Understand the relationship between barrier potential and forward voltage drop of diodes.Section 2-2 pg 36Understand the relationship between barrier potential and forward voltage drop of diodes.Section 2-2 pg 36Understand how the voltage across the diode behaves as current increases.Section 2-3 pg 41Determine the voltage across the resistor in a circuit containing a reversed-biased diode in series with the resistor.Section 2-3 pg 40Understand how to connect a diode to a voltage supply in reverse-bias.Section 2-3 pg 40Know the difference between the forward and reverse-biased diode connections.Section 2-3 pg 41Know the voltage across a reversed-biased silicon diode.Section 2-3 pg 41Determine the voltage across the resistor in a circuit containing a reversed-biased diode in series with the resistor.Section 2-5 pg 55Know the configuration of a bridge full-wave rectifier circuit.Section 2-5 pg 56Calculate the Peak inverse voltage of a diode in a bridge rectifier circuit.Section 2-6 pg 62Determine which component can be added to a circuit to prevent damage from surge current.Section 2-7 pg 66-67Determine the output of a limiter diode circuit, based on the circuit’s configurationSection 2-7 pg 69-70 Know the purpose of a diode clamper circuit.Section 2-8 pg 71-72Know the type of action that voltage multipliers use to increase voltages.Section 2-10 pg 81-82Know how to determine if there’s an open diode in a full-wave rectifier circuit.Unit 1 Quiz QuestionsQuestion 1A diode clamper willSelect one:a. add a dc voltage to a signal.b. eliminate the positive or negative alternation of a signal.c. add an ac voltage to a signal.d. clip off a portion of the input signal.The correct answer is: add a dc voltage to a signal.Section 2-7 pg 69-70

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