"In 1916 [...] Polish chemist Jan Czochralski invented a way to grow single crystals of semiconductors, metals, and synthetic gemstones. The process—known as the Czochralski method—allows scientists to have more control over a semiconductor’s quality and is still used today."

The Czochralski process is now an IEEE Milestone for technical development.

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