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Contents

1. The Transistor - Function
2. The Crystal Radio
4. The Crystal Detector

5. Semiconductor
7. Silicon
8. Germanium

9. Doping
10. N-type Dopants
11. P-type Dopants
12. Dopants in the Crystal Radio

13. Rectification
14. The Diode
15. Reversed Bias
16. Forward Bias
17. Diode Symbol
18. The First Transistor
19. The Point-Contact Transistor
21. Point-Contact and Crystal Detector
22. Point-Contact Circuit
26. Point-Contact Symbol

27. Today's Transistors
28. The MOSFET
30. Gate Control
31. Water Tap
32. MOSFET Symbol

33. Amplification
34. Switching
35. Computers
36. The Integrated Circuit
37. Small Transistors

38. Build the First Transistor
39. The Building Game
 
     
 
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