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Synonyms for indium

a rare soft silvery metallic element

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All Tin II chloride dihydrate (Sn[Cl.sub.2].2[H.sub.2]O) from Merck and Indium III chloride hydrate 99.99% from Alfa Aesar were used as the precursors.
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In the research two commercially available powders, spherical tin (Sn) from Libra (Trzebinia, Poland) (Figure 2(a)) and needle indium oxide ([In.sub.2][O.sub.3]) from VWR Chemicals (Leuven, Belgium) (Figure 2(b)), were used in the spraying process.
Based on the material by which they are formed, the SWIR market is segmented into indium gallium arsenide (InGaAs), mercury cadmium telluride, lead sulfide, and indium antimonide.
As it can be seen grains coalescences and clusters of indium sulphide produced.
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Based on the temperature dependent CTE models of all materials, firstly, an 8 x 8 InSb IRFPAs detector is studied by varied indium bump diameters and height in a suitable range with fixed InSb thickness of 10 [micro]m; thus the optimum indium bump diameter and height are obtained.
In this paper, we investigated the ligation properties of indium porphyrin with different substituted and unsubstituted phenols.
Among them, indium gallium nitride (InGaN) is the most promising material for the preparation of high-efficiency, high-power light emitting diodes (LEDs), which are employed widely in backlighting, traffic lights, headlights, and general illumination [4].
The current industry-standard material for making transparent conductors is indium tin oxide, or ITO, which is deposited as two thin layers on either side of a separator film.
The conductive IML foils used are said to be optimised for injection moulding processing, and can be used for touchscreens to replace many currently established foils, which are generally made of indium tin oxide (ITO foils).
Compound solar cells typically offer high conversion efficiency while utilizing photo-absorption layers made from compounds of multiple elements, such as indium and gallium.
Which of the following is an element: indium, indusium or indumentum?