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The Beginnings of an Optoelectronic Chip
View of a tiny electronic chip held under a light to illuminate it. The caption for this photo reads, "This specimen, held by U. of I. professor Nick Holonyak Jr., consists of 80 separate layers of gallium arsenide and aluminum arsenide, each one-ten-thousandth of the thickness of a human hair".
Found in RS: 26/4/1, Folder Holonyak, Nick
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