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MOS Capacitor

  1. Jul 1, 2013 #1
    Hello everyone,
    My question is about MOS-capacitor,
    We know that, If we place +ve gate voltage on p-MOS capacitor holes are repelled from semiconductor-oxide interface leaving behind negative charge due to ionized acceptor ions,This results in a depletion region.
    Now the question is, If we injected the required negative charges (electrons) into semiconductor from its back contact is the depletion region is going to vanish(neutralization)....??
     
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  3. Jul 6, 2013 #2
    Yes, if we hold the gate voltage constant. Injecting charges would change the threshold voltage of the capacitor.
     
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