disilicide


disilicide
дисилицид

molybdenum disilicide дисилицид молибдена MoSi2

vanadium disilicide дисилицид ванадия VSi2

zirconium disilicide дисилицид циркония ZrSi2


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  • disilicide — noun Any silicide containing two atoms of silicon …   Wiktionary

  • disilicide — di·silicide …   English syllables

  • disilicide — (ˈ)dī+ noun Etymology: di + silicide : a compound containing two atoms of silicon combined with an element or radical …   Useful english dictionary

  • Molybdenum disilicide — IUPAC name Molybdenum disilicide Identifiers CAS number …   Wikipedia

  • Tungsten disilicide — Chembox new Name = Tungsten(IV) silicide ImageFile = ImageName = Tungsten disilicide OtherNames = Section1 = Chembox Identifiers CASNo = 12039 88 2 Section2 = Chembox Properties Formula = WSi2 MolarMass = 240.02 g/mol Appearance = blue odorless… …   Wikipedia

  • Zirconium disilicide — Chembox new Name = Zirconium(IV) silicide ImageFile = Zirconium(IV) silicide.jpg ImageName = Zirconium(IV) silicide OtherNames = zirconium disilylide Section1 = Chembox Identifiers CASNo = 12039 90 6 Section2 = Chembox Properties Formula = ZrSi2… …   Wikipedia

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  • Molybdenum — niobium ← molybdenum → technetium Cr ↑ Mo ↓ W …   Wikipedia

  • Silicon — Not to be confused with the silicon containing synthetic polymer silicone. aluminium ← silicon → phosphorus C ↑ Si ↓ Ge …   Wikipedia

  • Band gap — This article is about solid state physics. For voltage control circuitry in electronics, see Bandgap voltage reference. In solid state physics, a band gap, also called an energy gap or bandgap, is an energy range in a solid where no electron… …   Wikipedia

  • Kanthal — is an alloy of mainly iron and chromium (20–30 %), aluminium (4–7,5 %). Kanthal was developed by Hans von Kantzow in Hallstahammar. In 1931 the company Kanthal AB was started. The name Kanthal is composed of Kant zow and Hal lstahammar. The alloy …   Wikipedia


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