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The new model suggests our home planet contains significantly more sodium, potassium, chlorine, zinc, strontium, fluorine, gallium, rubidium, niobium, gadolinium, tantalum, helium, argon, and krypton than previously believed.
Gallium: Not atomic number 31 If running Linux in a chroot doesn’t do it for you, then Gallium OS is worth a look.
Gallium installs easily using the chrx command-line utility as a dual-boot system side by side with Chrome OS.
A second contract, this one with Darpa, involves developing gallium nitride (GaN) as a semiconductor for missile defense radars.
The would-be investor in Lumileds, GSR Ventures, also holds a stake in Lattice Power, a Chinese company that has been vocal about its efforts to develop technology related to gallium nitride and silicon.
One possibility is Aixtron’s leading position making technology that creates chips based on an advanced semiconductor material called gallium nitride.
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Origin and Etymology of gallium
First Known Use: 1875See Words from the same year
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