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n.1.(Chem.) A selenide containing two atoms of selenium in each molecule.
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Scientists studying non-doped crystals of the transition metal dichalcogenide titanium diselenide (1T-TiSe2) observed this exotic condensate that exhibits macroscopic quantum phenomena like a superconductor.
The team studied non-doped crystals of the oft-analyzed transition metal dichalcogenide titanium diselenide (1T-TiSe2) and reproduced their surprising results five times on different cleaved crystals.
Selenocysteine has a structure and chemical properties very similar to cysteine, however diselenide bonds are stable under the same conditions where disulfide bonds are not, leading to a much longer half-life of the therapeutic protein.
At the end of November 2015, Japanese company Solar Frontier KK said it was going to supply copper indium diselenide (CIS) thin-film solar modules for that same project.
The new solar cell has two silicon triple-junction photovoltaic cells of 18 square centimeters to produce light; on the cathode side it boast the tungsten diselenide and ionic liquid co-catalyst system; and on the anode side, cobalt oxide in potassium phosphate electrolyte is present.
Using a short pulse of light, the researchers created pairs of electrons and holes in tungsten diselenide.
Systems installed in the UK are either crystalline silicon (mono and multi-Si) or thin-film (amorphous) silicon (a-Si), cadmium telluride (CdTe) and copper indium gallium diselenide (CIGS), with the vast majority being crystalline silicon.
Second-Generation Photovoltaics is further classified into Cadmium-Telluride (Cdte), Copper indium diselenide/copper indium gallium diselenide (CIS/CIGS), Gallium arsenide (GaAs) and Amorphous Silicon (A-Si).
Cadmium induced testicular damage and its response to administration of succimer and diphenyl diselenide in mice.
Antioxidant effect of diphenyl diselenide on oxidative stress caused by acute physical exercise in skeletal muscle and lungs of mice.
The LED is made from flat sheets of the molecular semiconductor known as tungsten diselenide and scientist have used regular adhesive tape to extract a single sheet of this material from thick, layered pieces.