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Riordan, Michael & Hoddeson, Lillian, “Minority Carriers and the First Two Transistors,” in Facets: New Perspectivies on the History of Semiconductors, ed. Andrew Goldstein & William Aspray (New Brunswick: IEEE Center for the History of Electrical Engineering, 1997), 1-33.

Seidenberg, Philip, “From Germanium to Silicon, A History of Change in the Technology of the Semiconductors,” in Facets: New Perspectivies on the History of Semiconductors, ed. Andrew Goldstein & William Aspray (New Brunswick: IEEE Center for the History of Electrical Engineering, 1997), 35-74.

Holbrookl, Daniel, “Diversity, Complementarity, and Cooperation Materials Innovation in The Semiconductor Industry,” in Facets: New Perspectivies on the History of Semiconductors, ed. Andrew Goldstein & William Aspray (New Brunswick: IEEE Center for the History of Electrical Engineering, 1997), 75-131.

Goldstein, Andrew, “Jack Avins, The Essence of Engineering,” in Facets: New Perspectivies on the History of Semiconductors, ed. Andrew Goldstein & William Aspray (New Brunswick: IEEE Center for the History of Electrical Engineering, 1997), 133-214.

Aspray, William, “The Social Construction of the Microprocessor A Japanese and American Story,” in Facets: New Perspectivies on the History of Semiconductors, ed. Andrew Goldstein & William Aspray (New Brunswick: IEEE Center for the History of Electrical Engineering, 1997), 215-267

Morris, P.R., “A Review of UK Government Involvement in the Field of Semiconductor Technology Within the Research Establishments,” in Facets: New Perspectivies on the History of Semiconductors, ed. Andrew Goldstein & William Aspray (New Brunswick: IEEE Center for the History of Electrical Engineering, 1997), 271-303.