Intrinsic current of the diode, what is its current?

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Luiz Fernando Vieira

Joined Aug 24, 2015
My doubt is why I can't find the same value that you got using this formula. I'm having some difficulty finding the diode's intrinsic current, I applied some formulas, but I don't know if it's correct. Could anyone tell me if this is correct or why it is wrong?
If this is right, I would like to understand why in the electric field we have to measure in meters, but when I applied it in centimeters it was wrong, since the structure is in centimeters. Do you still have to apply in meters? E = v/d
Because when I add the electric field the current becomes very high. In the calculation I neglected E.
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