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Physics Investigatory Project on Functioning of Diode and its V-I Characteristics.

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Physics Investigatory Project on Functioning of Diode and its V-I Characteristics.

  1. 1. Part of Made in India, Design Innovation Workshop,2015 A  Fresh  New  Experience  in   Project-­‐Making  &  Learning!
  2. 2. PHYSICSINVESTIGATORY PROJECTON FUNCTIONINGOFDIODEANDITS V-ICHARACTERISTICS
  3. 3. Do  you  know  how  mul,purpose  an  ordinary  p-­‐n   junc,on  diode  is?  It  is  used  for  power  rec,fica,on   (changing  AC  into  DC),  as  an  electrical  switch,  and  surge   protec,on  etc.  You  can  test  out  its  func,oning  in   forward  and  reverse-­‐bias  modes,  measure  its    forward   bias  voltage  and  vary  current  through  it  to  study  V-­‐I   characteris,cs.   This  project  is  divided  into  two  phases.    In  the  first   phase,  you  will  need  a  diode,  an  LED,  a  resistor  and  a   few  connec,ng  wires.  The  black  side  of  the  diode   represents  its  p-­‐side  and  its  silver  stripe  is  the  n-­‐side.   The  connec,ons  were  made  such  that  the  n-­‐side  of  the   diode  was  connected  to  the  posi,ve  terminal  of  the   LED.  AJer  the  comple,on  of  the  circuit,  the  LED  glows.   The  voltage  was  measured  across  the  diode  using  a   mul,meter.  However,  when  the  connec,ons  of  the   diode  were  reversed  i.e.,  when  the  p-­‐side  of  the  diode   is  connected  to  the  posi,ve  terminal  of  the  LED,  the   LED  stopped  glowing.    It  was  also  observed  that  a  diode   needs  a  minimum  forward  bias  voltage  of  0.6-­‐0.7  V  to   allow  the  current  to  pass  through  it. In  the  second  phase,  you  will  need  a  preset,  a  diode,  a   resistor  and  a  few  connec,ng  wires.  A  voltage  divider   circuit  was  made  using  a  preset.  Using  the  voltage   divider,  different  input  voltages  were  given  to  the   circuit.  At  each  input  voltage,  the  voltage  across  the   diode  and  the  current  passing  through  it  were   measured  using  a  mul,meter.  Five  different  voltage   and  current  readings  were  noted  and  a  graph  was   ploRed  between  V  and  I  to  study  V-­‐I  characteris,cs  of   the  diode.
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