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On 26 January 1954 Morris Tanenbaum of Bell Labs first achieved amplification in an npn silicon transistor; this may have been the first silicon transistor ever fabricated, but Bell Labs kept the achievement secret and decided not to patent it.
 
On 26 January 1954 Morris Tanenbaum of Bell Labs first achieved amplification in an npn silicon transistor; this may have been the first silicon transistor ever fabricated, but Bell Labs kept the achievement secret and decided not to patent it.
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This article is a stub. You can help the GHN by expanding it.

On 26 January 1954 Morris Tanenbaum of Bell Labs first achieved amplification in an npn silicon transistor; this may have been the first silicon transistor ever fabricated, but Bell Labs kept the achievement secret and decided not to patent it.