Related to oxysulfide: Carbon oxysulfide


A sulfide compound in which part of the sulfur has been replaced by oxygen.


(ˌɒk sɪˈsʌl faɪd, -fɪd)

a sulfide in which part of the sulfur is replaced by oxygen.
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A nonstructured phosphor such as gadolinium oxysulfide has a high light dispersion and corresponding low fraction of light that can be focused on the CCD, while a structured phosphor such as cesium iodide (CsI) produces a more forward-directed light output, so that the lens-light collection efficiency, and thus the SNR in the output image, is better for a given incident X-ray exposure.
Two essays are more historical (discussions of Postclassic Mayan pottery and the use of ceramic pots in old worship settings), and are presented along with scientific studies, of the preparation and characterization of optical fluoride and oxysulfide ceramics and rotary ultrasonic machining, for example.
2]) and carbon oxysulfide (also known as carbonyl sulfide, formula COS).
The two first of these reactions show how carbon disulfide may be converted into the carbon oxysulfide.
A box was swept with helium gas which was then analyzed by gas chromatography with mass spectroscopy (GC/MS) and both carbon disulfide and carbon oxysulfide were confirmed to be present.
5 million megapixel image sensor with a pixel pitch of 125 microns and offer a Cesium Iodide (CsI) or Gadolinium Oxysulfide (GSO) scintillator, respectively.
Furthermore, on the basis of type of scintillation material used, the indirect capture FPDs market segment is classified into Gadolinium Oxysulfide FPDs and Cesium Iodide FPDs.
Scintillators such as gadolinium oxysulfide phosphors are granular, which can tend to scatter light and cause a loss of photons.
The two most common scintillators used in indirect FPDs are cesium iodide and gadolinium oxysulfide.
The panel incorporates a highly efficient gadolinium oxysulfide scintillator and an amorphous silicon TFT array to capture radiographic images.