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What happens to depletion layer of solar cells when light is falling on it? Please reply as soon as possible.

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  • $\begingroup$ What, you are taking a test and need the answer? $\endgroup$ – Jon Custer Feb 21 at 13:49
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It's called depletion region since the region is depleted of charge carries. But practically we can have generation of charge carries when light is on. They get drifted to the p or n side depending on their charge due to the electric field present in the depletion region

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