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Nobel Foundation: The Integrated Circuit

Nobel Foundation: The Integrated Circuit From The Nobel Foundation's Educational Outreach program, this site helps learners understand integrated circuitry, which won a Nobel Prize for Physics and which has literally changed society. There are other physics-related topics, including liquid
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Nobel Foundation: The Integrated Circuit


From The Nobel Foundation's Educational Outreach program, this site helps learners understand integrated circuitry, which won a Nobel Prize for Physics and which has literally changed society. There are other physics-related topics, including liquid crystals and the transistor.

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