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แร่ซิลิคอนไดออกไซด์
raaeF siH liH khaawnM daiM aawkL saiM
pronunciation guide
Phonemic Thaiแร่-ซิ-ลิ-คอน-ได-ออก-ไซ
IPArɛ̂ː síʔ líʔ kʰɔːn daj ʔɔ̀ːk saj
Royal Thai General Systemrae silikhon dai oksai

 [noun, proper noun, phrase, formal, loanword, English]
definition
silicon dioxide — SiO2; quartz

categories
componentsแร่ raaeFmineral; ore
ซิลิคอน
[an alternate spelling or pronunciation]
siH liH khaawnM[chemistry] Silicon, Si, atomic number 14, a tetravalent nonmetallic element that occurs combined as the most abundant element next to oxygen in the earth's crust and is used especially in alloys and electronic devices. By doping its lattice with certain impurities, a semiconducting material is formed which is the basis for modern electronics.
ได daiM[Thai transcription of the foreign loanword] di; [a prefix occurring in loanwords from Greek, where it means "two," "twice," "double" (diphthong); on this model, freely used in the formation of compound words (dicotyledon; dipolar) and in chemical terms (diatomic; disulfide)]
ออกไซด์ aawkL saiM[Thai transcription of the foreign loanword] oxide; [chem.] a compound in which oxygen is bonded to one or more electropositive atoms

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