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A. A. Reshchikova, Zavod. , 31(2):1964 (1965). G. V. Samsonov and Yu. B. Titkov, Zh. , pp. 363, 669 (1963). N. N. Sentyurina, N. A. Makarova, and E. A. Gerasimova, Zavod. , 29(9):1957 (1963). Yu. V. Shmartsev, Yu. A. Valov, and A. S. Borshchevskii, Refractory Diamond-like Semiconductors [in Russian], Metallurgiya, Moscow (1964). J. Bassett, Analyst, 88(1044):238 (1963). J. Gueilleron and F. Thevenot, Bull. Soc. France, 2:402 (1965). F. V. Williams and R. A. Kuehrwein, J. Am. Chern. , 82:1330 (1960).

The data relating to the air oxidation of boron, gallium, and indium phosphides are presented in Tables 1 and 2 and Figs. 2-5. The results showed that microcrystalline boron phosphide was oxidation-resistant at temperatures up to 600°, gallium phosphide to 7000, and indium phosphide to 700°C. It should be noted that enlarging the phosphide particles increased th oxidation resistance, so that the three phosphides constituted valuable semiconductors. The kinetic oxidation curves of the phosphides obey a parabolic law, yn == KT, in the following temperature ranges: 600-900° for boron phosphide, 700-850° for gallium phosphide, and 700-850° for indium phosphide.

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