Semiconductors and Transistors
by Alexander Schure
Publisher: J. F. Rider 1951
Number of pages: 145
The intent of this book is to present, discuss, and evaluate the important ideas relating to an understanding of the theory and characteristics of semiconductors and transistors. Through presentation of practical situations and problems, the reader is given an opportunity to apply the principles he has learned.
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