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What is the difference between collector & emitter of
trnsistor,even though material used for both same.

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What is the difference between collector & emitter of trnsistor,even though material used for ..

Answer / chetan

Emitter is highly doped whereas collector is moderately
doped.Width of collector region is most and that of emitter
is less than it.Charges moves from emitter to collector.

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What is the difference between collector & emitter of trnsistor,even though material used for ..

Answer / hariteja jyosyula

Emitter is heavily doped while collector is lightly doped,
all the electrons emitted by the emitter is recieved by
collector.

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What is the difference between collector & emitter of trnsistor,even though material used for ..

Answer / bunty

colector show low value
emitter show high value

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