CdTe

AcronymDefinition
CdTeCadmium Telluride
CdTeCounter Defilade Target Engagement (weapon system)
CdTeComandante
CdTeCenter for Development of Technical Education
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Yongjun, Flow-based determination of methionine in pharmaceutical formulations exploiting TGA-capped CdTe quantum dots for enhancing the luminol-KIO4 chemiluminescence, J.
The aforementioned attractive properties of Sb[I.sub.3] suggest that Sb[I.sub.3] detectors can be fabricated at low cost compared with CdTe and CdZnTe detectors.
Li, "Direct synthesis of high-quality water-soluble CdTe:Zn 2+ quantum dots," Inorganic Chemistry, vol.
The yearly average energy outputs of the systems were 8831.1 kWh, 9556 kWh, 8584.4 kWh, 9570 kWh, 9411.2 kWh, 9606 kWh, and 8424.1 kWh for m-Si, p-Si, EFG-Si, CdTe, CIS, HIT, and a-Si:H systems, respectively.
However, until recently, CdTe cells haven't been efficient enough to compete.
Estas bacterias fueron identificadas como Pseudomonas fragi NBRC 12049, Pseudomonas psychrophila SAs-12 y Psychrobacter cibarius N-140, resistentes a altas concentraciones de telurito y cadmio, y fueron capaces de sintetizar CdS y CdTe al ser expuestas a iones de estos metales pesados.
Zhao, "Metal/CdTe/CdS/[Cd.sub.1-x][Zn.sub.x]/TCO/glass: a new CdTe thin film solar cell structure," Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells, vol.
Pradhan, "Microstructure and optical characterization of CdTe quantum dots synthesized in a record minimum time," Journal of Applied Physics, vol.
Low-Cost, Flexible, SingleCrystal-Like, Large-Area CdTe Substrates for Epitaxial Electronic & Electrical Devices provides a template for subsequent growth of electrical and electronic devices.
And CZTS has none of the toxicity problems of its two thin-film rivals, known as CdTe (cadmium-telluride) and CIGS (copper-indium-gallium-selenide).
Systems installed in the UK are either crystalline silicon (mono and multi-Si) or thin-film (amorphous) silicon (a-Si), cadmium telluride (CdTe) and copper indium gallium diselenide (CIGS), with the vast majority being crystalline silicon.