pnictide


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pnictide

[′nik‚tīd]
(chemistry)
A simple compound of a pnicogen and an electropositive element.
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It describes how to make quantum dots, precursors, conditions, and the resulting properties, covering the preparation of II-VI, III-V, and IV-VI semiconductor nanomaterials and other chalcogenides and pnictide nanomaterials; the synthesis of core/shell quantum dots; ligand chemistry; and the use of single-source precursors in nanoparticle synthesis.
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[4] investigated the electronic structure of rare-earth chalcogenides and pnictides with a self-interaction-corrected local-spin-density approximation within linear muffin tin orbital method along the lines of [3].
Studies of the internal structure of cuprates and pnictides led researchers to the idea that a superconductor is a hamburger, in which the electric current flows through the 'meat', while the 'buns' act as a supplier of electrons (Collins, 2009).
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These are the "undoped" parents of the iron "pnictides", a class of materials that were found to be high-temperature superconductors in 2008.