[ih-sah-kee] /ɪˈsɑ ki/

Leo, born 1925, Japanese physicist, in the U.S. since 1960: Nobel Prize 1973.
Japanese physicist who developed a very fast and very small type of diode that is now widely used in many electronic devices, especially computers and microwave devices.


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