Definitions

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  • n. Any compound of antimony with more electropositive elements.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A compound of antimony and a more positive element or metal. Also called antimoniuret.

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Examples

  • The key to fabricating the sensors involves slightly diluting samples of a well-known semiconductor material, called indium antimonide, which is valued for its purity.

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  • The current record for the highest efficiency cell is also held by a multifunction device consisting of a gallium arsenide cell on top of a gallium antimonide cell.

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  • Zhang, Smith and Johnson will strive to better understand and improve the physical and structural properties of antimonide-based compound semiconductor materials.

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  • The superlattice structures combined with an antimonide material system can give engineers

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  • Wang worked with the indium antimonide at temperatures between 2 and 240 kelvins

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  • They found that in a magnetic field, the doped indium antimonide, a solid-state plasma, transmitted circularly polarized waves that interfered with each other.

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  • Kono's team had been studying the conductivity of indium antimonide.

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  • "There's not a lot of shocking new physics here," he said, but the combination of techniques used to treat the indium antimonide made for interesting science.

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  • Wang worked with the indium antimonide at temperatures between 2 and 240 kelvins (approximately -456 to -27 degrees Fahrenheit).

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  • Firebird's main products, which include indium antimonide wafers as well as antimony, indium and tin pure metals, are sold worldwide and used in a number of electronic and optical applications.

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