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QD technology based materials cover cadmium selenide, cadmium sulphide, cadmium telluride, indium arsenide, graphene, and silicon.
First Solar has inked a deal with XSOL to supply First Solar s cadmium telluride (CdTe) thin film modules in Japan.
The cadmium telluride cells are thinner than silicon and these are popular because they are also lighter and cheaper, BBC reported.
The cadmium telluride material, which is deposited as a layer on the film, is processed in fused quartz.
Theoretical and experimental perspectives on materials used to detect nuclear radiation are presented in the 21 papers, with the bulk of attention given to cadmium telluride (CdTe) and cadmium zinc telluride (CdZnTe) materials.
This will eliminate the complications that arise with ingesting the cadmium telluride particles," Winter said.
Abstract Cadmium telluride thin films were prepared by the close spaced sublimation (CSS) technique, using CdTe powder as evaporant and were submitted to a chemical treatment at 25[degrees]C in a saturated [CdCl.
Currently cadmium telluride is a semiconductor material with a widely technique used in solar cells and X-rays and gamma detectors (Brihi, 2007, Fu, 2008, Shieh, 2005, Sochinskii, 2004).