So I've been clearing my concepts about the PN junction upto a deeper level today, and I've got a few questions to ask and clarify my concepts:
In a pn junction, due to diffusion, Only the electrons move from the n region to the p region, despite holes also being a mobile charge carrier, but they move within the boundaries of the covalent bonds created by the semiconductor in the p region
The electrons from the N side diffuse to the P side and recombine with the holes to create the negatively bound ions, simultaneously creating positively charged ions on the other side
The result of this movement of electrons from N to P side, generates a current from P to N side known as the Diffusion current, and also induces an Electric Field opposing the diffusion of electrons, in the direction from N to P
The above is what I read and studied and understood, I want someone to clarify or let me know if it's right.