germanide

germanide

[′jər·mə‚nīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
A compound of an alkaline earth or alkali metal with germanium; an example is magnesium germanide, Mg2Ge; the germanides are reactive with water.
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The topics include electronic band structures of SiGe alloys, SiGe crystal growth using molecular beam epitaxy, the strain engineering of SiGe virtual substrates, self-diffusion and dopant diffusion in germanium and silicon-germanium alloys, transport properties of SiGe nanostructures and applications in devices, silicide and germanide technology for interconnections in ultra-large-scale integrated applications, and the spintronics of nanostructured manganese germanium dilute magnetic semiconductors.
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Achieved a Record-High Hole Mobility by Forming an Ultra-Thin Strontium Germanide (SrGex) Interlayer --
The ultra-thin, Equivalent Oxide Thickness (EOT)(1)-scalable high-k/Ge gate stack with strontium germanide (SrGex) interlayer with high carrier mobility is a basic technology with potential for application in MISFETs at the 16nm node and beyond.
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