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Instructor’s Resource Manual
to accompany

Electronic Devices
Eighth Edition

Thomas L. Floyd

Upper Saddle River, New Jersey Columbus, Ohio

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Instructors of classes using Floyd, Electronic Devices, Eighth Edition, may reproduce material from the instructor’s manual for classroom use.

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ISBN-13: 978-0-13-242992-4 ISBN-10: 0-13-242992-6

ContentsSolutions for End-of-Chapter Problems Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Chapter 7 Chapter 8 Chapter 9 Chapter 10 Chapter 11 Chapter 12 Chapter 13 Chapter 14 Chapter 15 Chapter 16 Chapter 17 Chapter 18 Application Activity Results Summary of Multisim Circuit Files by Gary Snyder Solutions Manual to Laboratory Exercises for Electronic Devices Test Item File 1 4 16 25 35 4863 72 85 93 105 112 124 132 139 145 150 156 163 185 205 275

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The Test Item File is just one part of Prentice Hall’s comprehensive testing support service, which includes TestGen for Windows and Macintosh. TestGen: What is it? TestGen is a test generator program that lets you view and edit testbank questions, transfer them to tests, and then administer those tests on paper, on a local areanetwork, or over the Web. The program provides many options for organizing and displaying testbanks and tests. A built-in random number and text generator makes it ideal for creating multiple versions of questions and tests. Powerful search and sort functions let you easily locate questions and arrange them in the order you prefer. TestGen makes test creation easy and convenient with unclutteredside-by-side testbank and test windows, symbol palettes, expression templates, keyboard shortcuts, a graphing tool, variable text and numbers, and graphics. In addition, you can assign multiple descriptors to any question, including page references, topic, skill, objective, difficulty level, and answer explanations. TestGen provides several options for online testing—a simple export to WebCT andBlackboard formats, a conversion to HTML files, as well as a TestGen plug-in that displays the test in a Web browser and reports student results to the gradebook of Pearson’s CourseCompass course management system. TestGen: How do I get it? The TestGen software is free. To order a testbank for a specific TestGen title, you may contact your local rep or call our Faculty Support Services Departmentat 1-800-526-0485. Please identify the main text author and title. Toll-free technical support is offered to users of TestGen at 1-800-677-6337, or via e-mail at media.suppport@pearsoned.com.

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Chapter 1 Introduction to Semiconductors
Section 1-1 Atomic Structure
1. 2. An atom with an atomic number of 6 has 6 electrons and 6 protons. The third shell of an atom can have 2n2 = 2(3)2 = 18electrons.

Section 1-2 Insulators, Conductors, and Semiconductors
3. The materials represented in Figure 1−39 in the textbook are (a) insulator (b) semiconductor An atom with four valence electrons is a semiconductor. In a silicon crystal, each atom forms four covalent bonds. (c) conductor

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Section 1-3 Current in Semiconductors
6. 7. When heat is added to silicon, more free...
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