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  2. Yogo sapphire - Wikipedia

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    Yogo sapphires are blue sapphires, a colored variety of corundum, found in Montana, primarily in Yogo Gulch (part of the Little Belt Mountains) in Judith Basin County, Montana. Yogo sapphires are typically cornflower blue, a result of trace amounts of iron and titanium.

  3. Sapphire Technology - Wikipedia

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    Sapphire Technology. Sapphire Technology ( Chinese: 藍寶科技) is a Hong Kong -based technology company, founded in 2001, which produces graphics cards for personal computers and workstations, motherboards, TV tuner cards, digital audio players [1] and LCDTVs [2] Sapphire's products are based on AMD graphics processing units, and both AMD ...

  4. Chesterfield Inlet Airport - Wikipedia

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    Chesterfield Inlet Airport ( IATA: YCS, ICAO: CYCS) is located 1 nautical mile (1.9 km; 1.2 mi) northwest of Chesterfield Inlet, Nunavut, Canada, and is operated by the government of Nunavut. Airlines and destinations[ edit] This section needs to be updated. Please help update this article to reflect recent events or newly available information.

  5. Silicon on sapphire - Wikipedia

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    The advantage of sapphire is that it is an excellent electrical insulator, preventing stray currents caused by radiation from spreading to nearby circuit elements. SOS faced early challenges in commercial manufacturing because of difficulties in fabricating the very small transistors used in modern high-density applications.

  6. Sapphire - Wikipedia

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    Sapphire is a precious gemstone, a variety of the mineral corundum, consisting of aluminium oxide ( α- Al 2 O 3) with trace amounts of elements such as iron, titanium, chromium, vanadium, or magnesium. The name sapphire is derived via the Latin "sapphirus" from the Greek "sappheiros", which referred to lapis lazuli. [2]

  7. Ti-sapphire laser - Wikipedia

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    Ti:sapphire lasers (also known as Ti:Al2O3 lasers, titanium-sapphire lasers, or Ti:sapphs) are tunable lasers which emit red and near-infrared light in the range from 650 to 1100 nanometers. These lasers are mainly used in scientific research because of their tunability and their ability to generate ultrashort pulses.

  8. Sapphire (character) - Wikipedia

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    Sapphire is a fictional superheroine published by DC Comics. She first appeared in the Power Company back-up story in JLA #61 (February 2002), but her origin is told in Power Company: Sapphire #1 (March 2002). Sapphire was created by Kurt Busiek and Tom Grummett . Contents 1 Fictional character biography 1.1 Terror Titans 2 Powers and abilities