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EXERCISE 4.

3 SEMICONDUCTOR DIODE
1. MLK11Q44 Which of the following diagrams is an ntype semiconductor? A use a new bulb B increase the number of dry cells C reverse the connection of the dry cells D connect a resistor in series with the bulb 7. SBP10Q47 Diagram shows an electric circuit set up by a student. He discovered that the bulb did not light up.

2. JHR11Q46 The impurity atom that is doped into silicon to form the n-type semiconductor is a A trivalent atom B octavalent atom C pentavalent atom D divalent atom 3. TRG11Q42 The adding of impurity into pure semiconductor material is known as A doping B rectification C amplification D thermionic emission 4. PRL10Q45 At low temperature, pure semiconductor will acts as A Conductor B Diode C Insulator D Capacitor 5. TRG10Q43 What is the function of diode? A To convert direct current to alternating current B To convert alternating current to direct current C To raise the potential difference of alternating current D To raise the potential difference of direct current 6. PRL11Q44 Diagram shows a circuit consisting of a diode and a bulb. When the switch is on, the bulb does not light up.

What needs to be changed in the circuit so that the bulb lights up? A Connect a fuse to the circuit. B Reverse the polarity of the battery. C Change the power supply to a 12 V battery. D Change the bulb with a new one. 8. MLK210Q41 Diagram shows the arrangement of silicon atoms after an atom X is dopped to form an extrinsic semiconductor.

Which of the following is not true? A The conductivity of the semiconductor increases. B The semiconductor becomes an n-type. C The majority charge carrier is electron. D Atom X is a trivalent atom. 9. MLK210Q42 Diagram shows a circuit where the bulb does not light up.

Which step will make the bulb light up? A Increasing a fuse in the circuit B Reversing the batter y connection C Changing the power supply to a 3 V battery D Reversing the bulb connection What should be done so that the bulb will light up?

10. MRSM11Q44 Which circuit will light up the lamp?

13. MLK110Q47 Diagram shows a circuit consisting of a diode and a bulb. When the switch is on, the bulb does not light up.

11. SLG08Q46 Diagram shows a circuit containing two identical bulbs R and S.

What needs to be done to light up the bulb? A Replace with new bulb B Increase the number of dry cells C Reverse the diode connection D Connect a resistor parallel to the bulb 14. JHR10Q46 Which of the following is the doping of a p-type semiconductor?

What happens to the bulbs when the switch is on? Bulb R Bulb S A Light off Light off B Light off Light up C Light up Light off D Light up Light up 12. TRG10Q44 Which of the following circuit will light up the bulb? 15. PRK10Q46 Diagram shows a circuit containing bulbs X, Y and Z.

Which bulb in the circuit will light up when switch is on? A Z only B X,Y and Z C Y and Z only D X and Y only 16. JHR10Q44 Diagram shows two diodes which are connected in parallel in a circuit.

When switch S is closed, which bulbs will light up? A P only B P and Q C P and R D P, Q and R