silver selenide

silver selenide

[′sil·vər ′sel·ə‚nīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
Ag2Se A gray powder, insoluble in water, soluble in ammonium hydroxide; melts at 880°C.
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First photo cell was constructed by using silver selenide in place of copper oxide by a German Engineer, Charles Fritts in 1880.
Several reports have identified solid deposits that are composed primarily of Ag&S and silver selenide (Ag&Se) (Aaseth et ai.
Silver sulphide, A[g.sub.2]S, and silver selenide, A[g.sub.2]Se, have been used in photovoltaic cells, electrochemical storage cells, infrared detectors, photoconductors, and so on [1].
(15) These particles are composed predominantly either of silver sulfide or silver selenide; over time, most of the silver sulfide is replaced with silver selenide.