chalcogenide


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chalcogenide

[′kal·kə·jə‚nīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
A binary compound containing a chalcogen and a more electropositive element or radical.
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Chalcogenide glasses possess a set of unique properties that make them favorable in many optical applications.
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This behavior is related to plasmonic structures such as combination of chalcogenide materials with metals that have dimension of lower than 100 nm and also high speed like photonic materials that are micrometric in size.
In this study, PECVD of germanium chalcogenide thin films was done utilizing GeCI4, H2S, and alkyl chalcogenides.
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Dr Kevin Huang of ORC, who has led the research, said: "We have been working on the synthesis of chalcogenide materials using chemical vapour deposition (CVD) since 2001 and our technology has now achieved the fabrication of large area (>1,000mm[2]) ultra-thin films only a few atoms thick.
Progress towards marketable earth-abundant chalcogenide solar cells.
Efficiency of solar cell based on CuO is far lower than efficiency of leading chalcogenide system such as CIS or CIGS, but due to its low cost, abundant resource, and simple preparation process it was shown that efficiency of only several percents in cell based on CuO is good enough to make commercial solar cells.
The process begins with any of several different polymers, chalcogenide glasses, or resists in vat.
Chalcogenide glasses have high refractive index and are a potential material for designing the SPR sensor over IR range.
Chalcogenide photovoltaics; physics, technologies, and thin film devices.