Hey guys, was just wondering if you could clear up a fact about NPN transistors. 1. Is this emmiter current slightly larger than the collector current? 2. The reason why the emmiter current is slightly larger is because the emitter current is a combination of the collector current plus the current in the base? 3. By placing a capacitor in a simply amplifying circuit with an NPN transistor, it causes the signal to come out un-inverted? (sorry, couldnt think of a better word for it ) Any explanations to how an NPN transistor works would be most appreciated!!!