protective oxide layer


protective oxide layer
apsauginis oksido sluoksnis statusas T sritis radioelektronika atitikmenys: angl. field-oxide film; protective oxide layer vok. Feldoxidschicht, f; Oxidschutzschicht, f rus. защитная оксидная плёнка, f; защитный слой оксида, m pranc. couche d'oxyde protectrice, f; film d'oxyde protecteur, m

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