arsenide


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arsenide

[′ärs·ən‚īd]
(chemistry)
A binary compound of negative, trivalent arsenic; for example, H3 As or GaAs.
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The thing that gets me excited about this is there's a huge amount of potential for being able to put silicon and gallium arsenide and other materials like that on the same chip.
Ramdani began wondering whether the STO would serve the same function for gallium arsenide.
Microelectronics makers will find it easier to craft new devices by knowing the true arrangement of atoms on the gallium arsenide surface, researchers say.
In one such effort, Ralph Jimenez and his coworkers at the University of California, San Diego are using X-ray diffraction techniques to measure changes in the spacing of atoms in laser-blasted gallium arsenide.
Although silicon is by far the most widely used semiconductor today, gallium arsenide has advantages in certain applications.
Called a microcavity resonator, the device consists of a ring or disk made from layered gallium arsenide and aluminum gallium arsenide.