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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When shaped into optical components, finding appropriate optical coatings is challenging, as chalcogenide behaves differently than popular crystals.
[6] Delgado G.E., Mora A.J., Pirela M., Villarreal M.A., Velasquez A., Fernandez B.J.: "Structural refinement of the ternary chalcogenide compound [Cu.sub.2]Ge[Te.sub.3] by X-ray powder diffraction".
In both of these structures, the density of states near both conduction band and valence band edges are primarily contributed by chromium d orbitals and chalcogenide p orbitals.
If the metal salt-thiol reaction mixture is combined with the chalcogenide source (HSe) at low temperature (< 0[degrees]C), then the growth of the QDs will be slowed upon subsequent refluxing.
The synthesis of metal chalcogenide nanoparticles, in particular, has become an area of interest due to their size-dependent unique properties which include chemical, physical, magnetic, electronic, and surface properties which are different from the bulk properties [1].
Schock, Chalcogenide Photovoltaics: Physics, Technologies, and Thin Film Devices, Wiley, 2011.
reported a novel open-framework Cu-Ge-based chalcogenide, [[Cu.sub.8][Ge.sub.6][Se.sub.19]]([C.sub.5][H.sub.12]N).sub.6] (CGSe), as an anode material for SIBs.
Lokhande, "Chemical deposition method for metal chalcogenide thin films," Materials Chemistry and Physics, vol.
Gemelli et al., "Effect of chronic administration of the vinyl chalcogenide 3-methyl-1-phenyl2-(phenylseleno)oct-2- en-1-one on oxidative stress in different brain areas of rats," Neurochemical Research, vol.
Lokhande, "Chemical deposition of metal chalcogenide thin films," Materials Chemistry and Physics, vol.
Formation mechanism of chalcogenide nanocrystals confined inside genetically engineered virus-like particles.