gallium arsenide


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gallium arsenide

n.
A dark-gray crystalline compound, GaAs, used in transistors, solar cells, semiconductor lasers, and other semiconductor applications.

gal′lium ar′senide


n.
a crystalline and highly toxic semiconductor, GaAs, used in light-emitting diodes and lasers.
[1960–65]
Translations
arseniuro di gallio
ガリウムヒ素ガリウム砒素ヒ化ガリウム砒化ガリウム
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