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Zener Diode Experiment Class 12

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Mock Test on Zener Diode Experiment for Students

Zener diode is used :

(A) as an amplifier

(B) as a rectifier

(C) as an oscillator

(D) as a voltage regulator

Option d – as a voltage regulator

Zener diode is used for

(A) amplification

(B) rectification

(C) stabilization

(D) producing oscillations in an oscillator

Option c – stabilization

Which of the following is not associated with the UNO?

(A) ILO

(B) WHO

(C) Security Council

(D) ASEAN

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The zener breakdown will occur, if :

(A) the impurity level is low

(B) the impurity level is high

(C) the impurity is less on the N-side

(D) the impurity is less on P-side

Option b – the impurity level is high

The ripple factor of a power supply is a measure of

(A) diode rating

(B) its filter efficiency

(C) its voltage regulation

(D) purity of power output

Option d – purity of power output

The International Court of Justice is located at?

(A) Geneva

(B) Hague

(C) Amsterdam

(D) Vienna

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In a general purpose diode avalanche breakdown is more common than zener breakdown because

(A) it is lightly doped

(B) it is heavily doped

(C) here covalent bonds are weak

(D) all of these

Option a – it is lightly doped

Avalanche breakdown is due to :

(A) doping concentration

(B) type of semiconductor

(C) recombination of carriers

(D) collision of carriers

Option d – collision of carriers

A zener diode has a breakdown voltage of 5 V with a maximum power dissipation of 240 mW. The maximum current the diode can handle will be :

(A) 50 mA

(B) 48 mA

(C) 46 mA

(D) 44 mA

Option b – 48 mA

Zener diode can be used as

(A) rectifier

(B) stabilizer

(C) amplifier

(D) both (A) and (B)

Option d – both (A) and (B)

Avalanche breakdown in a semiconductor diode occurs when :

(A) forward current exceeds a certain value

(B) reverse bias exceeds a certain value

(C) forward bias exceeds a certain value

(D) the potential barrier is reduced to zero

Option b – reverse bias exceeds a certain value

Zener breakdown depends on

(A) the number of donor ions

(B) the number of acceptor ions

(C) the velocity of the carriers

(D) the electric field created across the depletion region

Option d – the electric field created across the depletion region

Both avalanche and zener breakdown are commonly known as

(A) Zener breakdown

(B) avalanche breakdown

(C) current breakdown

(D) gain breakdown

Option a – Zener breakdown

Zener diode has a sharp breakdown at :

(A) low forward voltage

(B) at a high forward voltage

(C) at zero voltage

(D) at a low reverse voltage

Option d – at a low reverse voltage

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