Current Through A Silicon Rod#

Question Text#

What current flows through a 2.95-cm-diameter rod of pure silicon that is 12.5 \(\textrm{cm}\) long, when 98 \(\textrm{kV}\) is applied to it? (Such a rod may be used to make nuclear-particle detectors, for example.)

Answer Section#



\(I=\) \(\textrm{ A}\)


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