indium antimonide

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indium antimonide

[′in·dē·əm ‚an′tim·ə‚nīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
InSb Crystals that melt at 535°C; an intermetallic compound having semiconductor properties and the highest room-temperature electron mobility of any known material; used in Hall-effect and magnetoresistive devices and as an infrared detector.