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Do Zener diodes have polarity?

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Yes, Zener diode have polarity Anode (+) and Cathode (-).

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Yes, Zener diode have polarity Anode(+) and Cathode (-). And Zener Diode are connected into circuit with their cathode as positive terminal because they operate in reverse bias mode.

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