polytype


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polytype

[′päl·i‚tīp]
(crystallography)
A type of polymorph whose different forms are due to more than one possible mode of atomic packing.
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SiC has been a suitable material for high temperature and high power applications due to its superior material as well as electrical properties over Si and GaAs and availability of different polytypes in SiC.
The second cause contributing to the diverse polymorph, polytype, and interstratification formations (including indexes of crystallinity) is the accepted low or higher thermal energy.
They found that the most prevalent defect was formation of a new triclinic polytype, with an ionic arrangement closely related to that in the accepted structure.
4 million in the project, which included the installation of an eight-color polytype offset printing press and which will include a Breyer coextrusion line, Combitool tube heading machine and five-color Dubuit silk-screening machine within the next six months.
264 LIU J,PHYS REV L,vol 0072,page 4105,1994,cites= 9,RAMAN MODES OF 6H POLYTYPE OF SILICON-CARBIDE TO ULTRAHIGH PRESSURES - A COMPARISON WITH SILICON AND DIAMOND
SiC can occur in various polytype forms of cubic ([Beta]-SiC) and hexagonal ([Alpha]-SiC) structures.
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To identify a polytype the sequences of selected non-basal X-ray diffractions are necessary.
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