Carrier Motion - Electric Fields. ECE 2204. Movement of Electrons and Holes. Nearly free electrons can easily move in a semiconductor since they are not part of a chemical bond between atoms.
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Carrier Motion - Electric Fields
Since valence electrons can move, holes can move also.
Current that is a result of an applied electric field is called a drift current.
Slopes on the energy diagram indicate that an electric field is present at that location.