Explain forward bias, Physics

Forward Bias:

When p-type material of a semiconductor diode is linked at positive potential and the n-type material is linked at negative potential of a voltage source, the diode offers very low resistance and the current flows by the circuit such condition is said to be forward Biasing.


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