How to Calculate Intrinsic Carrier Concentration under Non-Equilibrium Conditions?
Intrinsic Carrier Concentration under Non-Equilibrium Conditions calculator uses Intrinsic Carrier Concentration = sqrt(Majority Carrier Concentration*Minority Carrier Concentration) to calculate the Intrinsic Carrier Concentration, Intrinsic carrier concentration under Non-Equilibrium Conditions is often used in the analysis of semiconductor devices, particularly when considering deviations from thermal equilibrium. It's based on the general concept of quasi-Fermi levels, which are effective energy levels that describe the distribution of electrons and holes in non-equilibrium conditions. Intrinsic Carrier Concentration is denoted by n_{i} symbol.
How to calculate Intrinsic Carrier Concentration under Non-Equilibrium Conditions using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Intrinsic Carrier Concentration under Non-Equilibrium Conditions, enter Majority Carrier Concentration (n_{0}) & Minority Carrier Concentration (p_{0}) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Intrinsic Carrier Concentration under Non-Equilibrium Conditions calculation can be explained with given input values -> 1E+8 = sqrt(110000000*91000000).