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Transistor

Transistor

Transistor. Victor Hugo Estrada Rivera University of Texas at El Paso Molecular Electronics Chem 5369. Definition. An electronic device made of a semiconductor that can act as an insulator and a conductor. The ability to change from these two states enables the device switch or amplify.

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Transistors

Transistors

Transistors. Definition. An electronic device made of a semiconductor that can act as an insulator and a conductor. The ability to change from these two states enables the device switch or amplify. It has of three components: Source Gate Drain. Transistors. Transistors.

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