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MCQ: Conduction electron and hole created when electrons leave the valance electron is called

  1. Conduction-hole pair
  2. single-hole pair
  3. Electron-hole pair
  4. Electron-conduction pair

C

Basic Electronics Questions asked in Interviews

MCQ: In FETs, process of removing channel of charge carriers and thus decreasing the channel conductivity is called

  1. movement
  2. depletion
  3. distortion
  4. destruction

B

Basic Electronics Engineering Quizzes with Solutions

MCQ: Bounding of two or more atoms by interaction of there valence electrons is called

  1. compact bounding
  2. covalent bounding
  3. valence bounding
  4. orbital bounding

B

Electronics Objective Questions and Answers

MCQ: Circuit that uses matching diode to form current source is called

  1. current circuit
  2. current mirror
  3. voltage mirror
  4. resistive mirror

B

Electronics Engineering Basics Practice Quiz

MCQ: The area near a pn junction on both sides that has no majority carrier is called

  1. saturation region
  2. p region
  3. n region
  4. depletion region

D