Circuit turn-off time of an SCR is defined as the time 

(A) taken by the SCR turn to be off (B) required for the SCR current to become zero (C) for which the SCR is reverse biased by the commutation circuit (D) for which the SCR is reverse biased to reduce its current below the holding current
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Circuit turn-off time of an SCR is defined as the time for which the SCR is reverse biased by the commutation circuit 

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