chalcogenide


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chalcogenide

(kælˈkɒdʒəˌnaɪd)
n
a binary compound consisting of a chalcogen and at least one other electropositive element
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Ophir Optronics Solutions has released chalcogenide glass coatings for high-performance IR athermal systems.
It is the suggestion of Wei and coauthors that when germanium, antimony and tellurium are mixed together in the ratio of 1:2:4 -- or others along Ovshinsky's "magic" line -- both the density maxima and the associated metal-to-nonmetal transitions are pushed below the melting point and, concomitantly, the transition becomes much sharper than in other chalcogenide mixtures.
[2] Coughlan C., Ibanez M., Dobrozhan O., Singh A., Cabot A., Ryan K.M.: "Compound Copper Chalcogenide Nanocrystals", Chemical Reviews, Vol.
Their topics include titania nanomaterials as a future prospect, the enhanced photocatalytic activity of titania supported on different carbon allotropes for degrading pharmaceutical organic compounds, surface-modification and composite engineering metal chalcogenide electrodes for solar hydrogen production, photocatalysis based on silver phosphate: a brief review from fundamentals to applications, and modeling and optimizing the photocatalytic degradation process of 4-chlorophenol using response surface methodology and artificial neural networks.
2012); Cutting fluid containing EP additive (Chalcogenide) can be utilised during wet cutting in order to extend tool life (Alves, Schroeter, and Bossardi 2011).
"Deep insight in thermal synthesis of tin disulphide (SnS2) microplates, starting from tin sulphate and sulfur: growth mechanism based on lux flood's theory of acid and base", Chalcogenide Letters, 11: 219 - 226, 2014.
Ji et al., "Silicon-based chalcogenide: Unexpected quantum spin Hall insulator with sizable band gap," Applied Physics Letters, vol.
Recently, ternary metal chalcogenide materials have been proposed as alternatives to these lead-halide perovskites [8, 9].
Here, we employ a modified version of an established synthetic method [7] that uses less hazardous metal and chalcogenide precursors than the popular organometallic method, which is based on high-temperature thermolysis of the QD precursors in inert atmospheres [5].
Sasi Florence, "Structural and optical properties of ZnS nanoparticles synthesized by solid state reaction method," Chalcogenide Letters, vol.