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wurtzite

[′wərt‚sīt]
(mineralogy)
(Zn,Fe)S A brownish-black hexagonal mineral consisting of zinc sulfide and occurring in hemimorphic pyramidal crystals, or in radiating needles and bundles.
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Wright, "Elastic properties of zinc-blende and wurtzite AlN, GaN, and InN," Journal of Applied Physics, vol.
Harris, "Ferromagnetism in pure wurtzite zinc oxide," Journal of Applied Physics, vol.
As a birefringent crystal, the refractive index of the wurtzite structural ZnO depends on the polarization.
The high purity of ZnO synthesized by this method, in agreement with the spectrum of the wurtzite structure and the absence the impurity peaks, indicates that the Zinc Oxide have a well-defined crystalline structure [16,31].
The strong and sharp peaks existing in the XRD spectra show the presence of wurtzite structure of ZnO.
Recovering the stacking sequence of these relative phase factors by varying [[kappa].sub.3] directly reveals the Zinc-Blende or Wurtzite structure of the wire along with their stacking faults.
An interesting discovery of orange-brown gem-quality wurtzite took place in 2012 at the famous tanzanite deposits in the Merelani Hills of northern Tanzania (Hyrsl, 2013).
The preferential orientation of thin films is cubic (111) plane for the Zn concentration upto x=0.8, also contains the hexagonal (Wurtzite) crystal structure for x=1 i.e,(101) for pure ZnTe shown in fig4(b), also these orientations inveterate the nature of these thin films as polycrystalline.
The peak values match well with Wurtzite structure as per (JCPDS) card number 36-1451 [17].
He's an old school warrior with the heart of a lion and a chin chiselled out of wurtzite boron nitride (even harder than diamonds, New Scientist readers).
Hexagonal wurtzite structure of AlN can be observed about 14%, 13% and 15% for systems 1, 2 and 3, respectively.