semiconductor junction


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semiconductor junction

[¦sem·i·kən¦dək·tər ‚jəŋk·shən]
(electronics)
Region of transition between semiconducting regions of different electrical properties, usually between p-type and n-type material.
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Bose was also the first to use semiconductor junctions to find radio signals and found electromagnetic waves measuring one millimeter in length.
Based on a modelling of dual-junction solar cells including tunnel junction and J-V characterization of multijunction, solar cells were established and applied to semiconductor junctions and devices.
It depends on the voltage difference caused by temperature in two semiconductor junctions operated at different currents.

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