Positive ions are present in the n type of a diode but it is called cathode

the diode has free electrons in n region and holes in p region due to movement of free electrons from n to p region the n region contain positive charge while the p region contain negative charge then why the nregion is called cathode and p region is called anode
Asked Jan 24, 2014

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