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Structure of Semiconductor material and Energy Band Theory

What is the Structure of a Semiconductor? We all know that inside an atom the distribution of electrons is in the shell and sub-shell and each shell is at a certain distance from the nucleus and ea…

Atomic Structure : A brief of atom structure by Electricaldiary

According to Neil Bohr, the structure of the atom is planetary. The center of the atom has a region called the nucleus and in this nucleus, protons and neutrons coexist. This central part can be un…

Difference Between Fleming's Right hand and Left hand Rule

When a current-carrying conductor is kept in a magnetic field then this current-carrying conductor experiences a force perpendicular to the plane in which these two parameters magnetic field and cu…

Charge Of Electron and Proton | Mass of Electron and Proton -ElectricalDiary

Electron, Proton, and Neutron are the fundamental particles of an atom. The behavior of electron proton and neutron tells about the behavior of atoms. In any isolated atom number of electron and p…

Difference between Primary and Secondary Instrument - Electrical Diary

Primary or absolute instrument -  Primary or absolute instrument are those instrument which indicates the quantity to be measured in term of constants of instruments and in order to find out consta…

Single Phase AC Circuits : Definition and Circuit By Electrical Diary

What is of Single Phase AC Circuit? We know that direct current flow continuously in one direction.if the applied voltage and the circuit resistance are kept constant then the magnitude of the c…

RMS Value of AC | Average Value of AC | Difference Between RMS and Average Value

What is the RMS Value of AC?|Definiton of RMS The alternating voltage or current wave shape completes a certain number of cycles in one second, each cycle consisting of the identical positive an…

Kirchhoff's Law: Kirchhoff's Current Law (KCL) and Kirchhoff's voltage Law(KVL)

Kirchhoff's laws are very helpful in determining the equivalent resistance of a complex network and the current flowing in the various branches of the network.  In the year 1845, Kirchhoff at…

Inductor Definition | Inductor Coil |Inductor Symbol | Inductor in Series

What is the Inductor Defini tion?  An inductor is a passive component designed to store electrical energy as the domain of the magnetic field. Inductors find numerous applications in electronic…

Capacitor | Capacitor in series and Parallel | Complete detail about Capacitor

Capacitor Definition | capacitor symbol | What is Capacitors? The capacitor is a passive device designed to store electrical energy as a domain of electric field. Capacitors are used extensiv…

Difference between Active and Passive Components

Active component Those electronics devices or component are called active component which required an external source of energy for its operation. Sometimes people defined active component as …
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