indium arsenide


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indium arsenide

[′in·dē·əm ′ärs·ən‚īd]
(inorganic chemistry)
InAs Metallic crystals that melt at 943°C; an intermetallic compound having semiconductor properties; used in Hall-effect devices.
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The team used a highly stable scanning tunneling microscope (STM) to create a transistor consisting of a single organic molecule and positively charged metal atoms, positioning them with the STM tip on the surface of an indium arsenide (InAs) crystal.
QD technology based materials cover cadmium selenide, cadmium sulphide, cadmium telluride, indium arsenide, graphene, and silicon.
One tool in their arsenal is molecular beam epitaxy, in which a thin stream of precursor molecules containing semiconducting materials--often indium arsenide or gallium arsenide--is directed at a metal catalyst which controls crystal growth.
Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) and the University of California (UC), Berkeley, have successfully integrated ultra-thin layers of the semiconductor indium arsenide onto a silicon substrate to create a nanoscale transistor with excellent electronic properties.
Through a series of calculations, the researchers conclude that mixtures of air and the alloy gallium indium arsenide phosphide would create such a material.
Instead of using a germanium wafer as the bottom junction of the device, the new design uses compositions of gallium indium phosphide and gallium indium arsenide to split the solar spectrum into three equal parts that are absorbed by each of the cell's three junctions for higher potential efficiencies.
An integral part of the module is a semiconductor laser chip made of aluminum gallium indium arsenide, designed and manufactured for Lucent by the Uniphase Laser Enterprise (ULE) division of Uniphase Corporation.
The researchers fabricated the double quantum dots from extremely thin nanowires (about 50 nanometers, or a billionth of a meter, in diameter) made of a semiconductor material called indium arsenide.
So, he and his team set out to find an exciton boost in quantum dots of indium phosphide and indium arsenide.
Receivers using gallium indium arsenide photodiodes ensure quality reception of the signal at its destination.
The team is using a combination of indium arsenide and indium arsenide antimonide to build the superlattice structures.
The nanowire forests can be made of high-performance semiconductors, such as indium arsenide.