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Composition dependence of some thermo-physical properties of multi-component Se78-xTe20Sn2Bix (0 < x < 6) chalcogenide glasses

The multi-component quaternary materials of the Se78-xTe20Sn2Bix (x = 0, 2, 4, 6) chalcogenide glasses system were synthesized with varying bismuth (Bi) composition by using a melt quenching technique. The thermal transport properties (effective thermal conductivity, diffusivity, and specific heat per unit volume) of the glasses were determined using the transient plane source (TPS) technique at room temperature. The TPS measurements found ...

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Thermo-physical properties of multi-component Se78-xTe20Sn2Pbx chalcogenide glasses

The Transient Plane Source (TPS) technique was used to evaluate the thermal transport characteristics (such as thermal conductivity, thermal diffusivity, specific heat per unit volume) in multi-component Se78-xTe20Sn2Pbx glasses at room temperature. From the experimental results, it was noted that thermal conductivity decreased with lead (Pb) content in the ternary Se78Te20Sn<...

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Analysis of composition dependence of some thermal transport properties in glassy Se80xTe20Snx (0 6 x 6 10) alloys using transient plane source measurements

This study measures the thermal conductivity, thermal diffusivity, and specific heat of selenium-tellurium-tin alloys at room temperature. Selenium-tin alloys have high photosensitivity, higher crystallization temperature and smaller aging effects then just selenium. However, without an extra element to act as a chemical modifier limited reversibility and low glass transmission are issues. The researchers hope that the addition of tin will produce an improved alloy. Investigations showed that there were structural ...

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Effect of some metallic additives (Ag, Cd, and Sn) on thermal transport properties of a-Se         

Molten selenium, silver, cadmium, and tin were used to prepare a-Se, and a-Se98M2 (M = Ag, Cd, and Sn) alloys in order to determine the thermo-physical properties of these materials using the transient plane source technique. In order for these alloys to be used in industrial applications such as phase change optical storage, photo electrochemical solar cells, and holographic recording systems, among others, their thermal transport properties needed to be ...

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