An abrupt pn junction located at x 0 is uniformly doped on both p and n sides The width of the depletion region is W and the electric field variation in the x direction is Ex Which of the following figures represents the electric field profile near the pn junction
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An abrupt pn junction (located at x = 0) is uniformly doped on both p and n sides. The width of the depletion region is W and the electric field variation in the x-direction is E(x). Which of the following figures represents the electric field profile near the pn junction?




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