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Effects of dispersed added Graphene Oxide-Silicon Carbide

2019329-experimentally investigated the preparation method, stability, measurement, and modeling of the thermal conductivity of water/graphene oxide

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THERMAL EXPANSION BEHAVIOR OF SILICON-CARBIDE FIBER-

THERMAL EXPANSION BEHAVIOR OF SILICON-CARBIDE FIBER-REINFORCED ALUMINUM ALLOYS. on ResearchGate, the professional network for scientists. ABSTRACT: The th

semiconductor devices using boule-grown silicon carbide

Methods of forming high voltage silicon carbide power devices utilize high purity silicon carbide drift layers that are derived from high purity silicon

Steam and Carbon Dioxide Co-Activated Silicon Carbide-Derived

Steam and Carbon Dioxide Co-Activated Silicon Carbide-Derived Carbons for High Power Density Electrical Double Layer Capacitors(Downloading may take up to 30

US6214108B1 - Method of manufacturing silicon carbide single

Micropipe defects existing in a silicon carbide single crystal are closed within the single crystal. At least a portion of the micropipe defects opened

Refractories and Nitrid Bonded Silicon Carbide Thermocouple

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Thermal expansion of silicon carbide materials

Thermal expansion of silicon carbide materialsdoi:10.1007/ K. Palchaev

silicon carbide material having a thermal expansion

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and Electrical Conductivity of Al 6061-Silicon Carbide-

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low-thermal expansion glass ceramic substrate; a silicon

A wafer chuck for use in a lithographic apparatus, which includes a low-thermal expansion glass ceramic substrate, a silicon silicon carbide layer, and a

the Properties of Magnesium using SiC Particulates in Sub

volume fractions of 0.6μm silicon carbide (SiC) particulates were The results reveal that superior coefficient of thermal expansion (CTE),

and Thermal Expansion of Cubic and Hexagonal Silicon Carbide

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Pack cemented silicon carbide interlayer for plasma sprayed

Pack cemented silicon carbide interlayer for plasma sprayed yttria over thermal expansion mismatch and high-temperature partial oxidation of underlying

autoclave made of semiconducting silicon carbide ceramic

Obermayer, D.; Damm, M.; Kappe, C.Oliver., 2013: Simulating microwave chemistry in a resistance-heated autoclave made of semiconducting silicon carbide

Thermal expansion at elevated temperatures III. A

Thermal expansion at elevated temperatures III. A hemispherical laminar composite of pyrolytic graphite, silicon carbide and its constituents between 300 and

SCT10N120AG - Automotive-grade Silicon carbide Power MOSFET

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Silicon carbide matrix composite material (1) comprising silicon carbide matrix (2) as a host. The silicon carbide matrix (2) comprises first silicon

Low-Damage Etching of Silicon Carbide in Cl2-Based Plasmas

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Silicon-Rich Silicon Carbide Hole-Selective Rear Contacts for

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OpenGate Capital Completes Acquisition of Silicon Carbide

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| Growth and Self-Assembly of Silicon–Silicon Carbide

This work describes the growth of silicon–silicon carbide nanoparticles (Si–SiC) and their self-assembly into worm-like 1D hybrid nanostructures

Thermal Expansion Model for Cast Aluminium Silicon Carbide ☆

20131219-The thermal expansion behaviour of the casted aluminium silicon carbide fibres reinforced composite relies on the thermal expansion of the f

THERMAL EXPANSION PROPERTIES OF SILICON CARBIDE PARTICLE

THERMAL EXPANSION PROPERTIES OF SILICON CARBIDE PARTICLE REINFORCED ALUMINUM Silicon carbide particle reinforced AlSi12 composite was fabricated by vacuum gas

to the thermal expansion behaviors of silicon carbide

The effects of the electroless copper coating to the thermal expansion behaviors of silicon carbide particles reinforced copper matrix composites for the

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Thermal Expansion of the Hexagonal (6H) Polytype of Silicon

C. (1986), Thermal Expansion of the Hexagonal (6H) Polytype of Silicon Carbide. Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 69: 863–866. doi: 10