cadmium sulfide

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cad′mium sul′fide

a light yellow or orange, water-insoluble powder, CdS, used chiefly as a pigment.
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Noun1.cadmium sulfide - a yellow sulfide used chiefly as a pigment
sulfide, sulphide - a compound of sulphur and some other element that is more electropositive
zinc cadmium sulfide - cadmium sulfide containing zinc
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[USPRwire, Thu Jul 18 2019] Cadmium sulfide is a yellow compound that is easy to purify and isolate.
This color change can be interpreted as the first evidence of the incorporation of copper atoms within crystalline structure of the cadmium sulfide. That is, [Cu.sup.2+] ions can be incorporated into CdS thin films substituting [Cd.sup.2+] by means of simple ion exchange process in aqueous solution, according to the following equation:
According to the researchers, the most important achievement of this research is to increase the efficiency of blue light LED containing cadmium sulfide nanostructures.
Since sulfur was not measured in the XRF mode used here, it is not possible to see if cadmium follows sulfur content, which might indicate cadmium sulfide pigments.
Keywords: Cadmium sulfide, Nanoparticles, Emulsion polymerization, Photoluminescence, Optical properties.
Rhodopseudomonaspalustris was capable of producing cadmium sulfide NPs when it was incubated with 1mM CdS[O.sub.4] at 30[degrees]C for 72 h [50].
Ruseva, "Preparation of cadmium sulfide from Cd[Cl.sub.2](Cd[Br.sub.2], Cd[I.sub.2])-CS[(N[H.sub.2]).sub.2]-C[H.sub.3]OH systems," Monatshefte fur Chemie, vol.
Among the specific topics are pulse electric fields for electrophoretic deposition of thermal barrier coatings, electrophoretic deposition onto ionic liquid layers, cadmium sulfide and zinc sulfide nanostructures formed by electrophoretic deposition, electrophoretic deposition of phosphors for display and solid state lighting technologies, and characterizing ceramic powder surface by contact angle measurements and infrared spectroscopy.
Titanium dioxide (TiO2) nanoparticles are coated with cadmium sulfide (CdS) or cadmium selenide (CdSe.) The composite nanoparticles, when mixed with a solvent, form a paste that can be applied as one- step paint to a transparent conducting material, which creates electricity when exposed to light.
1306) illustrate the application of the RIF using two case studies: an analysis of the risk of leukemia in areas surrounding oil refineries in Utah (USA) and an analysis of the geographical variation of risk of esophageal cancer in relation to zinc cadmium sulfide exposure in Norwich (UK).