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polytype

(ˈpɒlɪˌtaɪp)
n
1. (Chemistry) crystallog a crystal occurring in more than one form
2. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) printing a printing cast
vb (tr)
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) printing to produce by use of a polytype
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Contributors working in physics and materials science, microelectronics, nanotechnology, and other sciences in Europe, the US, and Japan discuss silicon carbide heteroepitaxy growth and other materials, polytypes, and bandgap engineering; gallium nitride and diamond power electronics; and advances in graphene technology, its introduction in devices, and its relationships to silicon carbide epitaxial material.
18] --, High-dimensional centrally symmetric polytypes with neighborliness proportional to dimension, Discrete Comput.
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.
Bulk and/or epi-foundry - Material Polytypes, Doping & Orientation Commercially Available - SiC Substrate Vendor Revenues & Related Market Shares.
The only evidence we have for a higher hardness than diamond is the fact that we polished the rock section with a diamond paste and that our polymorph and polytypes were not polished by this material," said Ferroir.
They then present chapters on polytypes and polytype categories and the application of modularity to structure description and modeling, finally concluding with a chapter that develops the theory of twinning for solving structural problems (with worked examples).