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Rectification Properties of Metal‐Silicon Contacts
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4.For definitions of symbols see glossary of symbols.
5.By definition where and are the transistor (npn) emitter hole and electron current components. From Shockley’s equations, is equal to the diode and The latter expression is valid since the area of the transistor and diode contacts are essentially the same. Substituting for and into the expression for γ yields Eq. (6).
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