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### NEET 2013 (Karnataka)

One way in which the operation of a n-p-n transistor differs from that of a p-n-p
A
The emitter junction injects minority carries into the base region of the p-n-p
B
The emitter injects holes into the base of the p-n-p and electrons into the base region of n-p-n
C
The emitter injects holes into the base of n-p-n
D
The emitter junction is reversed biased in n-p-n

## Explanation

In p-n-p transistor holes are injected into the base while electrons are injected into the base of n-p-n transistor. Emitter-base junction is forward biased.
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### NEET 2013 (Karnataka)

In an unbiased p-n junction, holes diffuse from the p-region to n-region because of
A
The attraction of free electrons of n-region.
B
The higher hole concentration in p-region than that in n-region.
C
The higher concentration of electrons in the n-region than that in the p-region.
D
The potential difference across the p-n junction.

## Explanation

The higher hole concentration is in p-region than that in n-region.
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### NEET 2013

The output (X) of the logic circuit shown ion figure will be

A
X = A . B
B
X = $\overline {A + B}$
C
X = $\overline {\overline A } .\overline {\overline B }$
D
X = $\overline {A.B}$

## Explanation

The output of the given logic circuit is

X = $\overline{\overline {A.B}}$ = A.B
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### NEET 2013 (Karnataka)

The output from a NAND gate is divided into two in parallel and fed to another NAND gate. The resulting gate is a

A
AND gate
B
NOR gate
C
OR gate
D
NOT gate

## Explanation

C' = $\overline {A.B}$

$\Rightarrow$ C = $\overline{\overline {A.B}}$ = A.B

Hence the resultant gate is AND gate.