carbide


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car·bide

(kar'bīd),
A compound of carbon with an element more electropositive than itself, for example, CaC2, calcium carbide.
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Silicon carbide (SiC) is the most mature and the most widely used among third-generation wide bandgap semiconductor materials.
It marks the company's largest investment to date in fueling its Wolfspeed silicon carbide and GaN on silicon carbide business.
'Intake of Calcium Carbide has also been found to be the leading cause of various health conditions such as diarrhoea, severe gastrointestinal upset, eye problems, ulcers and emotional trauma.
The new carbides cut replacement time to around 20 percent of what it is with other solutions."
One of the potential waste materials to be reused is carbide waste.
The Carbide Quiet 400Q and Carbide Clear 400C are both easy to build in, easy to clean, and liquid cooling capable.
Corsair, a world leader in enthusiast PC hardware and components, today announced release of the new Corsair Carbide 400Q and Carbide 400C high-performance PC cases.
The results illustrated that the equilibrium microstructure of the HCCI consisted of ferrite, [M.sub.7][C.sub.3] carbide, and [M.sub.23][C.sub.6] carbide (Figure 3).
Silicon carbide is also extensively used in electronics and semiconductors applications, owing to its superior properties, that accounted for over 255 kilo tons of demand in 2013.
Mitsubishi Materials is a major world manufacturer of Tungsten Carbide cutting tools, excelling in the manufacturing process control of the raw material (powder) to final product.
C4 Carbides manufactures carbide tipped power tool accessories including jig and industrial band saw blades, which are exported across the globe.