Semiconductor Theory MCQ Test

  1. A semiconductor is formed by ______ bonds.
  2. The term bias in electronics usually means ________.
  3. Under normal conditions a diode conducts current when it is __.
  4. At room temperature, an intrinsic silicon crystal acts approximately as ______.
  5. With forward bias to a pn junction , the width of depletion layer _______.
  6. When the temperature of an extrinsic semiconductor is increased, the pronounced effect is on _______.
  7. A pn junction acts as a _____.
  8. A hole in a semiconductor is defined as _______.
  9. A trivalent impurity has _____ valence electrons.
  10. An n-type semiconductor is ____.
  11. A pentavalent impurity has _______ Valence electrons.
  12. Addition of pentavalent impurity to a semiconductor creates many ______.
  13. When a pentavalent impurity is added to a pure semiconductor, it becomes _______.
  14. The strength of a semiconductor crystal comes from __________.
Semiconductor Theory MCQ

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  • Covalent
  • Electrovalent
  • Co-ordinate
  • None of the above
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  • the value of ac voltage in the signal.
  • the condition of current through a pn junction.
  • the value of dc voltages for the device to operate properly.
  • the status of the diode.
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  • reverse biased
  • forward biased
  • avalanched
  • saturated
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  • A battery
  • A conductor
  • An insulator
  • A piece of copper wire
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  • decreases
  • increases
  • Remains the same
  • None of the above
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  • Junction capacitance
  • Minority carriers
  • Majority carriers
  • None of the above
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  • Controlled switch
  • Bidirectional switch
  • Unidirectional switch
  • None of the above
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  • A free electron
  • The incomplete part of an electron
  • pair bond A free proton
  • A free neutron
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  • Positively charged
  • Negatively charged
  • Electrically neutral
  • None of the above
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  • Free electrons
  • Holes
  • Bound electrons
  • Valence electrons
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  • An insulator
  • An intrinsic semiconductor
  • p-type semiconductor
  • n-type semiconductor
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  • Forces between nuclei
  • Forces between protons
  • Electron-pair bonds
  • None of the above
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  • Goes up
  • Goes down
  • Remains the same
  • Can’t say
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  • intrinsic semiconductor.
  • undoped semiconductors
  • multi semiconductors
  • None of the above
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  • i-type semiconductors
  • v-type semiconductors
  • u-type semiconductors
  • None of the above
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  • both holes and electrons
  • only proton
  • only newtron
  • None of the above
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