(a) A forward-bias voltage of 15.0 mV produces a positive current of 9.25mA through a p-n junction at 300 K. What does the positive current become if the forward-bias voltage is reduced to 10.0mV? (b) For reverse-bias voltages of -15.0mV and -10.0mV, what is the reverse-bias negative current?

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(a) A forward-bias voltage of 15.0 mV produces a positive current of 9.25mA through a p-n junction at 300 K. What does the positive current become if the forward-bias voltage is reduced to 10.0mV?
(b) For reverse-bias voltages of -15.0mV and -10.0mV, what is the reverse-bias negative current?
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