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why in a transistor the emitter base junction act as low resistance while the base collector junction acts as high resistance?

Asked by DIVYA GARG 26th October 2013, 6:55 PM
Answered by Expert
The emitter base junction is forward biased, which means the electrons flow easily through the junction between the base and emitter, and hence it acts as a low resistance.
The collector-base junction is reverse biased, so the electrons do not flow easily, and hence it acts as a high resistance.
Answered by Expert 10th November 2013, 1:21 PM
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