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Difference b/w "n" and "n+"

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carrot

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Hi

What is the difference between "n" and "n+" regions? Ya it's in the doping concentration, but i need to know what happens if i use "n"region instead of "n+" in the mos transistor
 

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n region has less carriers, and thus the resistance in this region is higher.

n+ region has more carriers (free electrons), thus the resistance is lower.
 

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in other words we can doping in n+ is more then that of n region, for example in npn transistor emitter are made n+ and collector is made n.
 

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but i need to know what happens if i use "n"region instead of "n+" in the mos transistor.

you will have a bad characterstic Mosfet.
and i think it won't agree with current equations.
TeE ThE EdE
 

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