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  • noun chemistry Any substance that is both an oxide and a pnictide, especially any of a class of such iron compounds that are semiconductors


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  • After refinement, Fe oxypnictide can gain superconductivity at about 60 Kelvin, compared to the original transition temperature of 26

    Taipei Times

  • Scientists at Tokyo Institute of Technology, however, have proven that iron-based "Fe oxypnictide" can also develop superconductivity regardless of the existence of iron - an element that usually carries ferromagnetism.

    Taipei Times


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