What do you mean by depletion region and potential barrier in junction diode?
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A layer around the intersection between p and n sections of a junction diode where charge carriers, electrons and holes are less in number is called the depletion region. The potential difference created due to the diffusion of charge carriers across the junction is called the potential barrier.
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