# Under Normal Conditions a Diode Conducts Current When it is

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Updated on: September 25th, 2023

### Under normal conditions a diode conducts current when it is_______.

1. Reverse-Biased.
2. Forward-Biased.
3. Avalanched.
4. Saturated.

## Under normal conditions, a diode conducts current when it is Forward-Biased.

### Solution:

The detailed solution to the question, Under normal conditions a diode conducts current when it is _________is provided here.

A normal diode is forward-biased when the anode potential is greater than the cathode potential. When P-type is connected to the positive terminal and N-type is connected to the negative terminal of the battery, is considered as the Diode is forward biased. Under the forward bias, the diode conducts the current from P to N. In other words, when the current through the diode is positive then the diode is considered to be in forwarding Biased, and the diode is replaced with a short circuit while solving the circuit problem ideally.

Therefore, under normal conditions, a diode conducts current when it is Forward-Biased. Hence, Option (B) is the correct answer.

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