## Drift Current Density due to Free Electrons Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
Drift Current Density due to Electrons = [Charge-e]*Electron Concentration*Electron Mobility*Electric Field Intensity
Jn = [Charge-e]*n*μn*Ei
This formula uses 1 Constants, 4 Variables
Constants Used
[Charge-e] - Charge of electron Value Taken As 1.60217662E-19
Variables Used
Drift Current Density due to Electrons - (Measured in Ampere) - Drift Current Density due to Electrons refers to the movement of charge carriers (electrons) in a semiconductor material under the influence of an electric field.
Electron Concentration - (Measured in Electrons per Cubic Meter) - Electron Concentration refers to the number of electrons per unit volume in a material.
Electron Mobility - (Measured in Square Meter per Volt per Second) - Electron Mobility describes how quickly electrons can move through the material in response to an electric field.
Electric Field Intensity - (Measured in Volt per Meter) - Electric Field Intensity is a vector quantity that represents the force experienced by a positive test charge at a given point in space due to the presence of other charges.
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Electron Concentration: 1000000 Electrons per Cubic Centimeter --> 1000000000000 Electrons per Cubic Meter (Check conversion ​here)
Electron Mobility: 30 Square Meter per Volt per Second --> 30 Square Meter per Volt per Second No Conversion Required
Electric Field Intensity: 11.2 Volt per Meter --> 11.2 Volt per Meter No Conversion Required
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
Jn = [Charge-e]*n*μn*Ei --> [Charge-e]*1000000000000*30*11.2
Evaluating ... ...
Jn = 5.3833134432E-05
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
5.3833134432E-05 Ampere -->53.833134432 Microampere (Check conversion ​here)
53.833134432 53.83313 Microampere <-- Drift Current Density due to Electrons
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## Drift Current Density due to Free Electrons Formula

Drift Current Density due to Electrons = [Charge-e]*Electron Concentration*Electron Mobility*Electric Field Intensity
Jn = [Charge-e]*n*μn*Ei

## How does electron mobility affect drift current density?

Higher electron mobility means that electrons can move more easily in response to an electric field, leading to a higher drift current density.

## How to Calculate Drift Current Density due to Free Electrons?

Drift Current Density due to Free Electrons calculator uses Drift Current Density due to Electrons = [Charge-e]*Electron Concentration*Electron Mobility*Electric Field Intensity to calculate the Drift Current Density due to Electrons, Drift Current Density due to Free Electrons is defined as the contribution of electrons to the overall drift current density in a semiconductor. Drift Current Density due to Electrons is denoted by Jn symbol.

How to calculate Drift Current Density due to Free Electrons using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Drift Current Density due to Free Electrons, enter Electron Concentration (n), Electron Mobility n) & Electric Field Intensity (Ei) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Drift Current Density due to Free Electrons calculation can be explained with given input values -> 5.4E-5 = [Charge-e]*1000000000000*30*11.2.

### FAQ

What is Drift Current Density due to Free Electrons?
Drift Current Density due to Free Electrons is defined as the contribution of electrons to the overall drift current density in a semiconductor and is represented as Jn = [Charge-e]*n*μn*Ei or Drift Current Density due to Electrons = [Charge-e]*Electron Concentration*Electron Mobility*Electric Field Intensity. Electron Concentration refers to the number of electrons per unit volume in a material, Electron Mobility describes how quickly electrons can move through the material in response to an electric field & Electric Field Intensity is a vector quantity that represents the force experienced by a positive test charge at a given point in space due to the presence of other charges.
How to calculate Drift Current Density due to Free Electrons?
Drift Current Density due to Free Electrons is defined as the contribution of electrons to the overall drift current density in a semiconductor is calculated using Drift Current Density due to Electrons = [Charge-e]*Electron Concentration*Electron Mobility*Electric Field Intensity. To calculate Drift Current Density due to Free Electrons, you need Electron Concentration (n), Electron Mobility n) & Electric Field Intensity (Ei). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Electron Concentration, Electron Mobility & Electric Field Intensity and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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