manganese-silicon

manganese-silicon

[′maŋ·gə‚nēs ′sil·ə·kən]
(metallurgy)
An alloy that contains 73-78% silicon, 20-25% manganese, a maximum of 1.5% iron, and a maximum of 0.25% carbon; used for adding manganese and silicon to metals.
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Finally, they focus on silicon-based spintronics, with discussions of dilute doped manganese in silicon, silicon-based digital ferromagnetic hetero-structure, single doping iron and manganese in silicon, trilayers, and manganese-silicon clusters.