What Did William Shockley Invent?

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William Shockley together with his colleagues, Walter Brattain and John Bardeen, co invented the transistor. He contributed to electronics by applying the quantum theory, which led to the development of semiconductor device called the transistor in 1947.
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William Shockley invented the transistor. Shockley was born on February 13, 1910 in London, England and died on August 12, 1989 in Stanford, California. He was an inventor and physicist.
From my knowledge, William Shockley, the physicists who lived between 1912 and 1989, was known for being the co-inventor of the transistor. The other inventor was John Bardeen.
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