selenide


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selenide

(ˈsɛlɪˌnaɪd)
n
(Chemistry) a chemical compound containing selenium

sel•e•nide

(ˈsɛl əˌnaɪd, -nɪd)

n.
any compound in which bivalent selenium is combined with a positive element or a group.
[1840–50]
Translations
selenuro
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The team's search for the new material, described in the journal ACS Nano, centered on nano-sized particles of titanium dioxide, which were coated with either cadmium sulfide or cadmium selenide.
Metier IR and Broadband Optics are fabricated to specification from calcium fluoride, magnesium fluoride, germanium, silicon, zinc selenide and zinc sulfide.
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The hexane layer of the samples was removed, dried under a nitrogen stream environment, re-dissolved in chloroform and deposited onto a temperature-controlled zinc selenide crystal coupled to an infrared spectrometer.
The dots, from 2 to 10 nanometers (nm) across, are typically made of cadmium selenide or lead sulfide.
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They discovered that hot electrons can be transferred from photo-excited lead selenide nanocrystals to an electron conductor made of widely used titanium dioxide.
The optics can be fabricated from sapphire and spinel for demanding environments; germanium for detector and sensor applications; zinc selenide and sulfide for laser and FLIR applications; calcium and magnesium fluoride for non-hygroscopic front surface applications; and from silicon for mirrors and reflectors.
For FT-IR analysis, the researchers dried the extracts on zinc selenide crystals and scanned them in a spectrometer with a spectral range of 4000-700 [cm.