Definitions for "Oxide"
A binary compound of oxygen with an atom or radical, or a compound which is regarded as binary; as, iron oxide, ethyl oxide, nitrogen oxide, etc.
A mineral compound characterized by the linkage of oxygen with one or more metallic elements, such a spinel, MgAl2O4.
Mineral from which sulphur has been partially or completely removed by the action of surface water and oxygen.
Usually refers to silicon dioxide in semiconductor terminology.
A casual term for silicon dioxide (otherwise known as glass). This material is used in semiconductor processing as an insulator and to cover and protect or "passivate" the device.
generally refers to silicon dioxide.
The portion of a mineral deposit within which sulphide materials have been oxidised, usually by surface weathering processes.
a dielectric, or nonconducting film, grown or deposited on the surface of a wafer.
Soft, weathered rock formed by the process of weathering near the surface;
A build-up that forms over time on contacts that are repeatedly opened and closed.
Aluminium readily forms oxides which are generally unwanted inclusions.
Magnetic coating on video and audio tapes that stores picture and sound information.
the magnetic particles or coating on some tapes.
metal oxides are used as ceramic coloring agents, often suspended as fine articles or soluble salts in a glaze.
Keywords:  painted, glass
Oxidize Painted Glass
Keywords:  lead, see
See Lead oxide.