NPN and PNP Difference in Transistors?

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PNP stands for Positive Negative Positive and the NPN stands for Negative Positive Negative transistors. The PNP and NPN are the two types of standard transistors.
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Transistors are small devises used in a number of gadgets as switches or amplifiers. Two kinds of transistors exist ; NPN (negative-positive-negative) and PNP ...
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