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Definition of Arsenide

Arsenide
Arsenide Ar"sen*ide, n. (Chem.) A compound of arsenic with a metal, or positive element or radical; -- formerly called arseniuret.

Meaning of Arsenide from wikipedia

- In chemistry, an ****nide is a compound of ****nic with a less electronegative element or elements. Many metals form binary compounds containing ****nic...
- Gallium ****nide (GaAs) is a III-V direct band gap semiconductor with a zinc blende crystal structure. Gallium ****nide is used in the manufacture of...
- Indium ****nide, InAs, or indium mono****nide, is a semiconductor composed of indium and ****nic. It has the appearance of grey cubic crystals with a melting...
- Sodium ****nide, also known as trisodium ****nide, is the inorganic compound of sodium and ****nic with the formula Na3As. It is a dark colored solid that...
- Aluminium ****nide or aluminum ****nide (AlAs) is a semiconductor material with almost the same lattice constant as gallium ****nide and aluminium gallium...
- Gallium ****nide phosphide (GaAs1−xPx) is a semiconductor material, an alloy of gallium ****nide and gallium phosphide. It exists in various composition...
- Boron ****nide is a chemical compound involving boron and ****nic, usually with a chemical formula BAs. Other boron ****nide compounds are known, such...
- Indium gallium ****nide (InGaAs) (alternatively gallium indium ****nide, GaInAs) is a ternary alloy (chemical compound) of indium ****nide (InAs) and gallium...
- Aluminium gallium ****nide (also gallium aluminium ****nide) (AlxGa1−xAs) is a semiconductor material with very nearly the same lattice constant as GaAs...
- Cadmium ****nide (Cd3As2) is an inorganic semimetal in the II-V family. It exhibits the Nernst effect. Cd3As2 dissociates between 220 and 280 °C according...