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Impact ionization

Impact ionization is the process by which a high electric field accelerates a free charge carrier (electron in the conduction band) which then impacts with a Si-Si bonds to generate a free electron hole pair. The impact excites an electron from the valence band to the conduction band and thereby generates an electron hole pair.

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