oxysulfide

Related to oxysulfide: Carbon oxysulfide

ox·y·sul·fide

 (ŏk′sē-sŭl′fīd′)
n.
A sulfide compound in which part of the sulfur has been replaced by oxygen.
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ox•y•sul•fide

(ˌɒk sɪˈsʌl faɪd, -fɪd)

n.
a sulfide in which part of the sulfur is replaced by oxygen.
[1850–55]
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[9] related that rare earth elements must be precipitated in MnS inclusions, or in the form of oxide or oxysulfide particles, or alternatively dissolved in the bulk material.
Another less intense doublet is observed at 230.13 eV for [Mo3d.sub.5/2] and 233.54 eV for [Mo3d.sub.3/2] which can be assigned to Mo oxysulfide phase (Mo[O.sub.x][S.sub.y]) [39] or to [Mo.sub.2][S.sub.5] [8, 44].
Therefore, gadolinium oxysulfide nanophosphors ([Gd.sub.2][O.sub.2]S-NPs) were chosen due to its high chemical and thermal stability as well as wide band gap energy in the range of 4.6 to 4.8 eV, which is suitable for ionic doped activation [4] and efficiently reacted to become as a luminescent emitting material [5].
Domen, "Oxysulfide Sm2Ti2S2O5 as a stable photocatalyst for water oxidation and reduction under visible light irradiation ([lambda] [less than or equal to] 650 nm)," Journal of the American Chemical Society, vol.
The CXDI-501C and CXDI-501G DR detectors have 9.5m megapixel image sensor with a pixel pitch of 125 microns and offer a cesium iodide (CsI) or gadolinium oxysulfide (GSO) scintillator, respectively.
The gaseous mixture created through partial oxidation contains CO, C[O.sub.2] , [H.sub.2]O, [H.sub.2], C[H.sub.4] and hydrogen sulfide ([H.sub.2] S) and carbon oxysulfide (COS).
Some have been described as cinnabar or realgar, but an antimony oxysulfide or metastibnite seems more likely.
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.
The emissions may be carbon disulfide ([CS.sub.2]) and carbon oxysulfide (also known as carbonyl sulfide, formula COS).