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decaborane (14)

[¦dek·ə¦bȯr‚ān ′fōr¦tēn]
(inorganic chemistry)
B10H14 A binary compound of boron and hydrogen that is relatively stable at room temperature; melting point 99.5°C, boiling point 213°C.
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2] incorporated with o-carborane in the main chains by the in-situ reaction with decaborane ([B.
After evacuated and backfilled with nitrogen for three times, the flask was charged with decaborane ([B.
The preparation of o-carborane and its derivatives can be carried out mainly through the reactions between acetylene compounds and decaborane ([B.
and his co-workers have now demonstrated that electrons emitted from a microscope's tip can transfer sufficient energy to excite and shake apart a decaborane molecule sitting on a silicon surface.
Each decaborane molecule consists of 10 boron atoms and 14 hydrogen atoms.
Instead of heating up the entire crystal to produce borondoped silicon, Avouris and his team selectively excite individual decaborane molecules to dope only small, specific regions of the silicon surface.
It allows for new compounds, such as decaborane, to be implanted.
In this respect, licensing of the Berkeley Lab technology will spur both Electro-Graph's involvement and the advancement of decaborane implants to mainstream process flows.
NASDAQ: ACLS) today announced an industry first by integrating their patented decaborane source technology onto a conventional ion implantation system and successfully implanting device wafers.
Axcelis' patented decaborane source incorporates design features that sustain the ionization of the molecular species decaborane.
Dale Jacobson, Senior Member Technical Staff of Agere Systems reported, "These results confirm the potential of decaborane as a viable technology for manufacturing ultra-shallow p-type junctions in silicon.