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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of silicon oxide

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of silicon oxide:
/sɪləkən ɑksajd/

Derived Form of silicon

noun
plural: silicons
Noun
1
a tetravalent nonmetallic element; next to oxygen it is the most abundant element in the earth's crust; occurs in clay and feldspar and granite and quartz and sand; used as a semiconductor in transistors
SynonymsSi, atomic number 14,
Hypernymschemical element, semiconductor,
Type ofchemical element, element, semiconducting material, semiconductor,
Part ofclay, feldspar, felspar, granite, quartz, sand, silicone, silicone polymer,

Derived Form of oxide

noun
plural: oxides
Noun
1
any compound of oxygen with another element or a radical
Hyponymscalcium oxide, copper oxide, dioxide, ferric oxide, monoxide, nitrogen oxide, pentoxide, peroxide, red lead, silica, sulfur oxide, superoxide, tetroxide, titanium dioxide, trioxide, zinc oxide, zirconium oxide,
Hypernymscompound,
Type ofchemical compound, compound,
Typesburnt lime, calcined lime, calcium oxide, calx, copper oxide, dioxide, ferric oxide, flowers of zinc, fluxing lime, hydrogen peroxide, lime, minium, monoxide, nitrogen oxide, pentoxide, peroxide, philosopher's wool, quicklime, red lead, silica, silicon dioxide, silicon oxide, sulfur oxide, sulphur oxide, superoxide, titania, titanic oxide, titanium dioxide, titanium oxide, trioxide, unslaked lime, zinc oxide, zirconia, zirconium dioxide, zirconium oxide,
See alsooxidize,

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  1. Not only is it pure silicon, it contains only one isotope of silicon, silicon-28, and that
  2. Its clear that Silicon anodes are the future, but the problem with Silicon is that, while
  3. Other incredibly common oxides include: magnesium oxide, iron oxide, aluminium oxide, and calcium oxide.
  4. This is a replacement for arsenic. The arsenic oxide or antimony oxide in this case also helps remove the bubbles from the melt.
  5. and I've charged this with chromium oxide or alumina oxide aluminium oxide
  6. to turn the red iron-oxide into black iron-oxide. This broad jar from Malawi is decorated
  7. from the earth, principally silicon and silicon oxide.
  8. By the way, thorium oxide is the most is the most refractory oxide among all the known oxides, but that is not all. At extreme temperatures,
  9. so to use the extra cerium oxide which I the type I use is super cerium oxide
  10. and by encapsulating it with silicon we surround it with silicon atoms
  11. and converted into very thin slices called silicon wafers. The silicon wafer is the heart of a photovoltaic cell.
  12. oxide called the passivating silicon
  13. of copper oxide in it, so it's not like black sand but it's copper, so it's black cupric oxide.
  14. Yeah, okay, so we have a silicon. Silicon. Will you plug in the blowdryer, actually?
  15. silicon readily forms covalent bonds to 4 neighbouring silicon atoms to gain those extra
  16. that single crystalline silicon and silicon-germanium material
  17. oxide, block copolymer with, say, polypropylene oxide. The
  18. cation and oxide anion. Oxide anion has nonbonding pairs to
  19. It is made dominantly of iron oxide and titanium oxide.
  20. You can oxidize germanium where, we get germanium dioxide or germanium tri oxide but, that oxide