arsenide arsenide  /ˈɑr sə ˌnaɪd/


  • (n) a compound of arsenic with a more positive element


  1. The tiny gallium arsenide diode, only 0.
  2. Gallium arsenide communication equipment is not yet on the market, but the diodes are easy to manufacture and should not be expensive.
  3. One result: the development of gallium arsenide, a material with the properties of silicon but able to withstand higher temperatures.



  1. "We also closed our CMOS fab at Murray Hill, keeping only the very high-performance fabrication equipment that we now use for gallium arsenide, custom and optical components," Rittenhouse said.
    on Aug 29, 2008 By: David Rittenhouse Source:

  2. "Our material's architecture is deceptively simple-just two alternating layers of semiconducting material-aluminum indium arsenide and highly doped indium gallium arsenide," said Gmachl. "We could have used two other semiconductors, but we...
    on Oct 16, 2007 By: Claire Gmachl Source:

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