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sic

Etymology: L
thus.

SIC

Abbreviation for:
self-intermittent catheterisation
serum insulin concentration
soluble immune complex
specific inhalation challenge
State Insurance Commission
Statement of Internal Control

sic

[L.] thus; a parenthetical insertion in text to call attention to something anomalous which exactly reproduces the original.
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2 Analysis of SiC Semiconductor Devices Manufacturing Technology
When SiC particles were doped into the MREs, the internal CI aggregate structures were altered and formed stronger particle chains.
2) indicated fewer carbides in the samples after additions of SiC, Mixture Y and crystalline graphite.
The morphology of the SiC/PPy composites and untreated SiC particles was studied by scanning electron microscopy (SEM) with a HITACHI S-800 (Hitachi, Japan) microscope.
The first change relating to SIC codes should benefit most taxpayers, the use of three-digit SIC codes would allow a more accurate classification of allocating research expenditures and reduce the allocation of research expenditures to income from unrelated products.
Reliance on the revenue procedure would facilitate better tax administration by ensuring that future modifications remain within the purview of the IRS, rather than the Bureau of the Census (which may revise a SIC code for reasons other than tax policy).
The groundwork for the SIC revision was laid several years ago for the BLS establishment-based employment programs.
The technology is expected to improve both the productivity of SiC slicing and the effective use of SiC material.
June 26, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --ROHM has recently announced the development of an AC/DC converter control IC designed specifically for SiC MOSFET drive in industrial equipment such as servers and other large power applications.
Based on Cree s C2M SiC MOSFET and Z-Rec SiC Schottky diode technology, the six-pack module enables designers to unlock the traditional constraints of power density, efficiency and cost associated with Si-based inverters used in industrial power-conversion systems.
In 2013, SiC chip business has almost reached $100m due to already well-established PFC applications that still drive large volumes of diodes and PV systems that, despite a depressed market, are the beachhead for newly SiC-powered inverter or micro-inverter line-ups.
Growing demand in the steel manufacturing and steel recycling industries and the dependence of electronics & semiconductors on silicon carbide are factors that are expected to drive SiC demand over the next five years.