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A forward-biased PN-junction, 

(A) results in increase in diffusion current 

(B) results in increase in drift current 

(C) results in decrease in drift current 

(D) results in decrease in diffusion current

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A forward-biased PN-junction,  results in increase in diffusion current 

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