A Transistor Has Three Impurity Regions. All The Three Regions Have Different Doping Levels. In Order Of Increasing Doping Level, The Regions Are :

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A transistor has three impurity regions. All the three regions have different doping levels. In order of increasing doping level, the regions are :


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Base, collector and emitter

Base, collector and emitter




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