How to calculate BJT electron flow

  • #1
Hello
How should i calculate number of electrons passing through it
when we apply some gate voltage across it
 

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jim hardy
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Is this the article from which you got that image ?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bipolar_junction_transistor

Section "Theory and modelling" addresses your question.

in BJT's we call it "Base" not "Gate".

That article should get you started.

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dlgoff
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...number of electrons passing through it...
Wouldn't you need the amount of time over which the electrons are flowing? Maybe you mean "number of electrons/second"?
 
  • #4
Hello
I want to count the number of electron that can flow from it at forward bias of bjt
 

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