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Brattain, Walter Houser Syllabification: Brat·tain, Walter Houser
Pronunciation: /ˈbratn/

Definition of Brattain, Walter Houser in English:

( 1902–87), US physicist and inventor. He invented the point-contact transistor 1947 with John Bardeen and William Shockley. The three shared the Nobel Prize for Physics (1956).

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