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Physical Review, Volume 75, Number 2, July 15, 1948
American Institute of Physics, Lancaster, NY 1948 - Pp. 131-233 *** An issue of Physical Review from a golden age of physics in the U.S. containing the original papers that announced the transistor and launched the age of microelectronics, recognized in the award of the Nobel Prize to Bardeen, Brattain and Shockley. The papers are: Volume 74, "The Transistor, a Semi-conductor triode" (Bardeen and Brattain), "Nature of the Forward Current in Germanium Point Contacts" (Brattain and Bardeen), "Modulation of Conductance in in Thin Films of Semi-Conductors by Surface Charges" (Shockley and Pearson). *** In the standard soft green covers. Slight damage to back cover (see photo). Small owner's inscription on front cover. Otherwise clean, sound condition. 6/14 [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]
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