cadmium telluride


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cadmium telluride

[′kad·mē·əm ′tel·yə‚rīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
CdTe Brownish-black, cubic crystals with a melting point of 1090°C; soluble, with decomposition, in nitric acid; used for semiconductors.
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Cadmium telluride is a promising technology for thin-film solar cells.
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Because of its low sublimation temperature, cadmium telluride polycrystalline films can be prepared by several techniques, such as thermal evaporation, (7) electro deposition, (8) closed space sublimation (CSS), (9) hot-wall flash evaporation, (10) hot-wall vacuum evaporation.
In the experimental research was used a macro cadmium telluride crystal whose concentrations and composition of components and mechanical characteristics are presented in table 1.
Sunovia Energy Technologies and EPIR Technologies have received a $9 million Defense Department SBIR Phase III contract that allows for the expansion of production capacities and capabilities of their combined cadmium telluride on silicon (CdTe/Si) manufacturing program.
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DSC has developed a process for manufacturing large cadmium telluride crystals used in the production of a digital image from an X-ray, gamma or infrared beam.
In the other, much lower-temperature experiments, physicist Benoit Deveaud-Pledran of the Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne in Switzerland and his colleagues fired a laser at a microstructure made of the semiconductor cadmium telluride.
The firm produces crystal wafers of cadmium telluride used in X-ray, gamma ray, infra-red detection and modern medical imaging techniques.
was the presumptive choice, Rockwell's Mercury Cadmium Telluride semiconductors proved to be even more effective.
Radiant Detector Technologies chose Ametek to exclusively distribute its Radiant 200 cadmium telluride spectrometer worldwide .