cadmium sulfide


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cadmium sulfide

[′kad·mē·əm ′səl‚fīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
CdS A compound with two forms: orange, insoluble in water, used as a pigment, and also known as orange cadmium; light yellow, hexagonal crystals, insoluble in water, and also known as cadmium yellow.
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The report then analyzes the upstream raw materials, downstream market, and current market dynamics of Cadmium Sulfide Industry.
Stupp and his Northwestern coworkers Eli Sone and Eugene Zubarev made the templates for the cadmium sulfide helices from molecules dubbed dendron rodcoils.
Cadmium sulfide (CdS) is one of these semiconductors which has received attention for fabrication of optoelectronic devices working in short wavelength area.
Noufi and his colleagues have proposed that a type of CIGS with a modified crystal structure forms at the semiconductor's interface with cadmium sulfide.
Mews starts with a core of cadmium sulfide, adds a shell of mercury sulfide, then finishes with an outer layer of cadmium sulfide.
Inorganic pigments include cadmium sulfide custom heat-stable pigments from yellow to maroon available as pure, concentrate, and lithopone; manganese violet heat-stable pigments with good brightness and redder than alternatives; full range of iron oxides; full range of titanium oxide distributed regionally; titanium dioxide - BC, USP for pharmaceutical and cosmetic applications; and ultramarine blue, pink and violet heat-stable, lightfast, and easy-dispersing pigments FDA-approved for food packaging.
Cadmium Sulfide sensors have been the device of choice for many light sensing applications.
By dipping long threads of the bacteria into suspensions of inorganic particles that are a few nanometers in size, the researchers have produced fibers of magnetite, cadmium sulfide, and titanium dioxide.
The latter are noncadmium types and reportedly offer cost savings over cadmium sulfide pigments.
In addition, Degussa supplies cadmium sulfide yellows, cadmium-selenium sulfide oranges and reds, which are said to be distinguished by their extreme lightfastness, heat stability, and resistance to acids and bases.
The researchers observed spherical nanocrystals of cadmium sulfide using transmission electron microscopy.
These cadmium sulfide pigments were introduced only five years earlier, and artists put them to immediate and striking use.