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In order to generate electron-hole pairs, the maximum wavelength of radiation for Silicon (Band gap = 1.1 eV) is 

(a) 1.88 μm (b) 1.68 μm (c) 1.13 μm (d) 1.54 μm

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In order to generate electron-hole pairs, the maximum wavelength of radiation for Silicon (Band gap = 1.1 eV) is 1.13 μm

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