Test: Basic Electronics - 3


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QUESTION: 1

An electron in the conduction band–

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QUESTION: 2

Resistivity of a semiconductor depends upon–

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QUESTION: 3

In an intrinsic semiconductor–

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QUESTION: 4

Covalent bond exists in –

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QUESTION: 5

In a good conductor, the energy gap between the conduction band and the valence band is –

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QUESTION: 6

The energy band gap of silicon is –

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QUESTION: 7

The forbidden energy band gap in conductors, semiconductor and insulators are EG1, EG2 and EG3 respectively then –

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QUESTION: 8

Which of the following is not a semiconductor?

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QUESTION: 9

Three semiconductors are arranged in the increasing order of their energy gap as follows. The correct arrangement is –

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QUESTION: 10

P-type semiconductor is prepared by doping silicon or germanium semoconductor by –

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QUESTION: 11

N-type semiconductor is obtained when silicon or germanium is doped by –

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QUESTION: 12

If a small amount of phosphorus is added to silicon–

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QUESTION: 13

P-type semiconductors are–

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QUESTION: 14

The electrical conductivity of a pure silicon or germanium sample can be increased by

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QUESTION: 15

The electrical resistivity of –

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QUESTION: 16

The addition of a very small quantity of aluminium to a silicon or germanium crystal makes it–

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QUESTION: 17

Doping of a semiconductor with small traces of impurity atoms generally changes the resistivity as follows–

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QUESTION: 18

The most commonly used semiconductor is ………..

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QUESTION: 19

An intrinsic semiconductor at the absolute zero of temperature–

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QUESTION: 20

The forbidden energy gap is largest in the case of –

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QUESTION: 21

The majority carriers of electricity in a N-type semiconductor are –

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QUESTION: 22

The addition of pentavalent impurity to a semiconductor creates more–

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QUESTION: 23

Reverse bias on a junction diode–

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QUESTION: 24

The width of the depletion layer in a P-N junction diode–

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QUESTION: 25

Nucleus is made of–

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