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Kyle1988

Member Since: February 29, 2016

Country: United States

  • Some sources say voltage is the difference in electric potential between two points. So when this page says the voltage at one point has to be greater than the voltage at another point, does it mean the electric potential has to be greater?

  • Doesn't the an in anode imply anti which implies negative? Aren't anodes negative in other situations? How come the positive ones are called anodes in this case? Also, how come current is flowing into the positive end? Should positive charge be attracted to the negative end?

  • Why doesn't the voltage from the collector to the emitter have to be forward-biased in order for a NPN transistor to enter saturation mode?

  • At first it says voltage is a difference in charge between two points. If it's a difference in charge, why can't it be measured in coulombs?

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