silicide

NOUN
  1. any of various compounds of silicon with a more electropositive element or radical
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  • The first generation of new LEU fuels used uranium (U) and silicon (Si) (U3Si2-Al — uranium silicide dispersed in aluminium), at 4.8 g/cm3. Research reactors
  • If it may be assumed that the other silicides in commercial calcium carbide also behave in this manner it is plain that hydrogen silicide cannot occur in crude acetylene unless the gas is supposed to be hurried out of the generator before the alkaline water therein has had time to decompose any traces of the hydrogen silicide which is produced in the favouring conditions of high temperature sometimes prevailing. Acetylene, the Principles of Its Generation and Use
  • Caro has seen one specimen of (bad) carbide which gave a spontaneously inflammable gas although it contained only traces of phosphine; its inflammability being caused by 2.1 per cent. of hydrogen silicide. Acetylene, the Principles of Its Generation and Use
  • The barrier may be a thin film containing at least one of a nitride, oxide, boride, silicide, carbide and aluminide.
  • He subsequently used the furnace to volatilize many substances which had been regarded as infusible and to prepare many new compounds, particularly carbides, silicides and borides; in 1891 he discovered carborundum. Henri Moissan - Biography
  • Dave Lang, silicide Schottky barriers from Marty Lepselter through Jim Phillips, infrared spectroscopy of shallow donors and acceptors from Gordon Thomas, and transport in the 2-dimensional electron gas from Dan Tsui. Robert B. Laughlin - Autobiography
  • There have been successful tests with denser U3Si-Al fuel plates up to 6.1 g/cm3, but US development of these silicide fuels ceased in 1989 and did not recommence until 1996. Research reactors
  • The barrier may be a thin film containing at least one of a nitride, oxide, boride, silicide, carbide and aluminide.
  • A hard mask layer comprising tungsten silicide is formed over the first barrier layer.
  • The metal layer which is not transformed into a metal silicide overlying the dielectric spacers and shallow trench isolation regions is removed.
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