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DBDual Bitmap (Annex C) (ITU-T)
DBDevelopmental Bulletin (USMC)
References in periodicals archive ?
A dangling bond at the grain boundary causes absorption loss that contributes significantly to transmission loss.
In so doing, it causes electron density to "hop" to the outside silicon atom, creating a high-energy dangling bond.
Now, when these rows of styrene molecules are imaged under low negative bias, not much is seen on the STM image other then the negatively charged dangling bond (see Figure 1).
Tang's results revealed that once the Si dangling bond is properly saturated, no electronic states are present within the fundamental gap.
The electronic and optoelectronic properties of semiconductor quantum dots (QDs) are mediated by surface defects due to the presence of dangling bonds producing trap states within the HOMO-LUMO energy gap, and contributing to fluorescence quenching.
The dangling bonds at the ends of the tubes were saturated by hydrogen atoms.
To detect the spin of a single electron, Rugar and several colleagues prepared a piece of quartz with a smattering of so-called dangling bonds.
But if you took it apart and put hydrogen atoms on the dangling bonds to stabilize it, you'd have a chemical compound that we call a buckybowl.
Also required is activation of the implanted impurities, an interlayer dielectric deposition, and hydrogenation to passivate or repair dangling bonds or traps between and within grains.
According to the conventional wisdom, those weak bonds break when they are exposed to sunlight, forming defects called dangling bonds that can serve as sites where electron-hole pairs recombine.