semimetal


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semimetal

(ˌsɛmɪˈmɛtəl)
n
an element with properties both of a metal and of a non-metal; a metalloida metal that is not (fully) malleable
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Graphene is nearly a transparent, twodimensional semimetal consisting of a single atomic lattice of hexagonally arranged sp2 hybridized carbon atoms [1].
Near the WTI-STI transition, there emerges a novel Weyl semimetal phase, in which the Fermi arcs generically appear at both cleavage surfaces, whereas the Fermi circle only appears at one selected surface.
By housing Weyl fermions, tantalum arsenide becomes the first experimentally confirmed Weyl semimetal, a metal-like material with exotic and potentially useful features.
In the research by Towat with the article "Analyzing the semimetal of patients with unsuccessful suicide in referring to Pelonomi Hospital and the analyze of mentality and treatment from May to April 2006 the results indicated that most of the patients (68.
Evonik Degussa GmbH has obtained a patent for a method of coating a substrate comprised of the steps of providing, a substrate; applying a composition to at least one side of the substrate, the composition contains an inorganic compound which contains at least one metal and/or semimetal selected from the group Sc, Y, Ti, Zr, Nb, V, Cr, Mo, W, M.
Abstracts: Graphene, or single-layered graphite, with its high crystallinity and interesting semimetal electronic properties, has emerged as an exciting two-dimensional material showing great promise for nanoscale device fabrication.
Graphene is a degenerate semimetal that may become important for electronic devices due to high carrier mobility (3) and because it is only a monolayer thick.
La mente del quimico establece conceptos como metal, nometal y semimetal (metaloide).
If one looks at the overall conductivity [3], for all intents and purposes, this material is an insulator in the native undoped state, as the conductivity is very low for a metal or semimetal (nA or less).
WE1C-4: Semimetal Semiconductor Junctions for Low Noise Zero-bias Rectifiers
We will study how elemental Bismuth, a trivial and well studied semimetal, may host them in vortices when interfaced with a superconductor.
The boron, the only semimetal andthree-center two electron (3c-2e) bonds, can easily react with small molecules such as CH4, NH3, C2H2,N2, CO, H2 to form new compounds, which have been explored by isolated matrix technique and photoelectron spectra [1, 2].