hydrogen selenide


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hydrogen selenide

[′hī·drə·jən ′sel·ə‚nīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
H2Se A toxic, colorless gas, soluble in water, carbon disulfide, and phosgene; used to make metallic selenides and organoselenium compounds and in the preparation of semiconductor materials.
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International Resource News-March 30, 2012--Air Products starts expansion of hydrogen selenide production capabilities in Hometown(C)1994-2012 ENPublishing - http://www.
Air Products (NYSE: APD), a company that provides atmospheric, process and specialty gases; performance materials; equipment; and technology, has started the expansion of its high-purity hydrogen selenide production capabilities at its electronic specialty materials manufacturing facility in Hometown.
Joe Stockunas, global business director for electronic materials for Air Products, said, 'Air Products has a long history of supplying hydrogen selenide and will continue to deliver the cutting edge materials our customers need to manufacture state-of-the-art products.
2000), we would then hypothesize that Ag ions are reacting with hydrogen selenide to form [Ag.
However, we cannot rule out the possibility that hydrogen selenide could also bind to the surface of AgNPs if Ag ions are not effectively leached.
Given the similarities with arsenic in the patterns in the results of exposure to Ag ions and the similar reactivity of hydrogen selenide to reduced selenocysteine residues, we speculated that TrxRl might also be sensitive to Ag ions.
We will aim to quickly commercialize hydrogen selenide for solar cell applications, and develop a variety of new products, including the next-generation high-purity gases for film deposition.
In particular, the manufacturing of photovoltaic cells Manufacture of photovoltaic (PV) cells involves potentially toxins such as lead, mercury, chromium, cadmium, trichlorosilane, sulfur hexafluoride, hydrogen selenide, arsenic, phosphine, and arsine, and produces emissions of greenhouse gases such as sulfur hexafluoride and nitrogen trifluoride, and chemicals like trichloroethane, acetone and ammonia.
As a first step, the JV will install a 40 t/y hydrogen selenide (H2Se) production facility within the premises of SDK's Tokuyama Plant in Shunan City, Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan.