pnictide


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pnictide

[′nik‚tīd]
(chemistry)
A simple compound of a pnicogen and an electropositive element.
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It describes how to make quantum dots, precursors, conditions, and the resulting properties, covering the preparation of II-VI, III-V, and IV-VI semiconductor nanomaterials and other chalcogenides and pnictide nanomaterials; the synthesis of core/shell quantum dots; ligand chemistry; and the use of single-source precursors in nanoparticle synthesis.
Put differently, for the fact that spin is relevant in Fe pnictide superconductors, they are basically itinerant magnetism suggesting that the Mott - Hubbard physics may be irrelevant in physics of Fe pnictide superconductors.
The spark plasma sintering system will be used to consolidate nanosized powders (including but not limited to chalcogenides, pnictides, intermetallic, and metal oxide samples) into nanocomposite disks with reasonable mechanical strength and good intergrain connectivity.
Rangan, Convenient Route for the Synthesis of Transition Metal Pnictides by Direct Reduction of Phosphate, Arsenate, and Antimonite Precursors, Chem.
Studies of the internal structure of cuprates and pnictides led researchers to the idea that a superconductor is a hamburger, in which the electric current flows through the 'meat', while the 'buns' act as a supplier of electrons (Collins, 2009).
Common high-temperature superconducting materials include bismuth strontium calcium copper oxide (BSCCO), lanthium barium copper oxide, yttrium barium copper oxide (YBCO), iron pnictides, and mercury barium calcium copper oxide.
Our finding of a quantum critical point in iron pnictides opens the door for new avenues of research into this important class of materials," said University of Tennessee/ORNL physicist Pengcheng Dai, a neutron scattering specialist.