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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Eckart has been granted a patent for effect pigments having an aluminum core or aluminum alloy core and an aluminum oxide-containing or aluminum oxide/hydroxide-containing layer enveloping the aluminum core or aluminum alloy core, obtained by chemical wet-process oxidation of lamellar aluminum pigments or aluminum alloy pigments, the content of metallic aluminum in the aluminum core or aluminum alloy-core being not more than 90% by weight, based on the total weight of the pigment, characterized in that the oxidized aluminum pigments or aluminum alloy pigments exhibit at least one highly refractive metal chalcogenide layer having a refractive index of >1.
The interest for chalcogenide semiconductor materials is based on their potential applications such as solar cells, sensor and laser materials.
From this, Semouchkina has developed a non-metallic cloak that uses identical glass resonators made of chalcogenide glass, a type of dielectric material (one that does not conduct electricity) (NOTE--SPELLINGS ARE CORRECT).
In a paper appearing in the journal Applied Physics Letters, Semouchkina and colleagues describe developing a nonmetallic cloak that uses identical glass resonators made of chalcogenide glass, a type of dielectric material (one that does not conduct electricity).
Synthesis of lead chalcogenide nanocrystals by sequential ion implantation in silica.
Among the topics are enhancing the performance of TiSi2-coated silicon nanocrystal memory devices, novel magneto-resistive structures using self-assembly and nanowires on silicon, charge storage properties of a nickel silicide nanocrystal layer embedded in silicon dioxide, key technologies for an iron RAM backend module, a simulation model of resistive switching in electrochemical metalization memory cells, field-induced crystal nucleation in chalcogenide phase change memory, and crystallization characteristics of Ge-Sb phase change materials.
lt;p>Phase-change memory is made up of a glass-like material called chalcogenide that can be can be switched between a crystalline and random state using very low-voltage electricity.
Research indicates that the hydrothermal method is also a practical means for preparing chalcogenide and phosphide nano materials.
Chalcogenide semiconductor compounds of group II-VI and V-VI have applications in precise temperature control of laser diodes, optical recording system, electrochemical devices, strain gauges and thermoelectric devices.
Called a chalcogenide aerogel or simply a chaleogel, the material could be used as a filter for cleaning contaminated drinking water.
LONDON, January 10 /PRNewswire/ -- The 2006 Frost & Sullivan European Product Innovation of the Year Award in the field of infrared optics is presented to Umicore in recognition of its novel GASIR(R) chalcogenide glass which allows for the production of high-volume, low-cost infrared optics.