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If a forward voltage (less than forward breakover voltage) is suddenly applied across anode and cathode of a thyristor, it may result into 

 (a) Damage to the thyristor (b) Premature triggering of the thyristor because of high dV/dt (c) Reduced holding current of the thyristor (d) All of the above  

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