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- n. the silicon analog of methane, SiH4
- n. silane
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This is done by the following reactions: 2H 2 + M + Al = AlMH 4 where M is the metal hydride SiF 4 + AlMH 4 = SiH 4 + AlMF 4 The products are distilled to separate monosilane, which is then thermally decomposed into polysilicon.
With state-of-the-art facilities and advanced monosilane-based polysilicon manufacturing technology, the polysilicon plant with a designed capacity of 3,000 metric tons
Distill and thermally decompose the monosilane to polysilicon
Hydrogenates silicon fluoride instead of metallurgical silicon to form monosilane
The silicon fluoride is hydrogenated to monosilane by using metal hydrides.
With state-of-the-art facilities and advanced monosilane-based polysilicon manufacturing technology, Fine Silicon is expected to be capable of producing high quality solar-grade and electronic-grade polysilicon through energy-efficient and environmentally-friendly manufacturing processes.