monocrystal


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monocrystal

(ˈmɒnəʊˈkrɪstəl)
n
a sole crystal
adj
(Chemistry) relating to or containing a sole crystal. Also called: monocrystalline
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Manufacturers can rest assured that when a large, wafer-size raw layer is cut for any device fabrication, each resulting piece will be a quality monocrystal.
The shearing tests show that the one-grain Sn microbump has a typical brittle sliding fracture of monocrystal at different shearing speeds.
com/quantum-spin-liquid-new-state-matter-observed-material-where-it-shouldnt-exist-2395179) a monocrystal of calcium chromium oxide.
KYOCERA Corporation, Saint-Gobain, SCHOTT AG, Monocrystal, Rayotek Scientific Inc.
It is evidenced in the symmetry of the particles observed in Figure 2 and in the fact that the tetrapod's legs are a monocrystal as confirmed in Figure 3.
The monocrystal silicon wafer with single face polished is used as the substrate.
It is difficult to perform the physical experiment due to the relatively small diameter of SDW, long lengths, hardness and fragility of material, cylindrical circular cross section shape, complex construction, monocrystal semiconductor structure and the low density of free carriers [10.
The coating consequently features the ideal electrical properties of a monocrystal, but without the poor mechanical properties typically associated with these ceramic materials, such as brittleness and impact sensitivity.
The coating consequently features the ideal electrical properties of a monocrystal but does not show its mechanical properties such as brittleness or impact sensitivity.
A monocrystal solar panel embedded on the top of the Rukus recharges its lithium-ion battery, so you can take the Rukus to the park or beach and recharge while the sun's out.
The plant manufactures polycrystal, monocrystal silicon, synthetic quarz cups.