I am going to be awkward here.This is just an aside form the vantage point of 45 years in the engineering business. Unless you're planning to be a semiconductor process engineer spending an inordinate amount of time on electron flow is in my humble opinion a complete waste of time. I think it is far better to understand the behavioral model of the components with respect to things which you can measure in the laboratory. After you understand the behavior, and can apply that understanding to real design problems, then you can go back and look at what happens at the electron level. I feel that at this point it will only confuse you and impede your path to understanding circuits and design.
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