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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.
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On 26 January 1954 [[Morris Tanenbaum Oral History|Morris Tanenbaum]] of [[Bell Labs|Bell Labs]] first achieved amplification in an npn silicon [[Transistors|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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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.