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67 result(s) using Focused Search for substance: consolidated germanium monoselenide
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Properties: phase diagram
  1. Inorganic Solid Phases

    Ge-Se Binary Phase Diagram 66.4-66.8 at.% Se

    • Temperature: 400…800 °C (673…1073 K); Partial composition: 66.4-66.8 at.% Se; Investigation: experimental; detailed
  2. MSI Eureka

    The pseudobinary section As-GeSe

    • Concentration Range: Ge conc. [0-50 at.%] / As conc. [100-0 at.%] / Se conc. [0-50 at.%]; Part of report on 'As-Ge-Se Ternary Phase Diagram Evaluation'
  3. Inorganic Solid Phases

    Ge-Se Binary Phase Diagram 0-100 at.% Se

    • Temperature: 0…1100 °C (273…1373 K); Full composition; Investigation: experimental; detailed
  4. Inorganic Solid Phases

    Ge-Se Binary Phase Diagram 0-70 at.% Se

    • Temperature: 450…1000 °C (723…1273 K); Partial composition: 0-66.7 at.% Se; Investigation: experimental; detailed
  5. Inorganic Solid Phases

    Ge-Se Binary Phase Diagram 49-51 at.% Se

    • Temperature: 550…675 °C (823…948 K); Partial composition: 49-51 at.% Ge; Investigation: experimental; schematic
  6. Inorganic Solid Phases

    Ge-Se Binary Phase Diagram 47-68 at.% Se

    • Temperature: 400…750 °C (673…1023 K); Partial composition: 32-53 at.% Ge; Investigation: experimental; detailed
  7. Inorganic Solid Phases

    Ge-Se Binary Phase Diagram 0-70 at.% Se

    • Temperature: 500…1000 °C (773…1273 K); Partial composition: 0-667 at.% Se; Investigation: experimental; detailed
  8. Inorganic Solid Phases

    Ge-Se Binary Phase Diagram 0-100 at.% Se

    • Temperature: 350…850 °C (623…1123 K); Full composition; Investigation: experimental; detailed
  9. Inorganic Solid Phases

    Ge-Se Binary Phase Diagram 50-100 at.% Se

    • Temperature: 0…800 °C (273…1073 K); Partial composition: 50-100 at.% Se; Investigation: experimental; detailed
  10. Inorganic Solid Phases

    Ge-I-Se Vertical Section of Ternary Phase Diagram

    • Temperature: 50…700 °C (323…973 K); Partial composition: GeI2-GeSe; Investigation: experimental; detailed
  11. Inorganic Solid Phases

    Ge-In-Se Vertical Section of Ternary Phase Diagram

    • Temperature: 100…800 °C (373…1073 K); Partial composition: Ge10In40Se50-InSe, (InSe-GeSe) partial; Investigation: experimental; detailed
  12. Inorganic Solid Phases

    Ge-Se Binary Phase Diagram 0-100 at.% Se

    • Temperature: 0…1100 °C (273…1373 K); Full composition; Investigation: experimental
  13. Inorganic Solid Phases

    Ge-Se Binary Phase Diagram 0-100 at.% Se

    • Temperature: 0…1000 °C (273…1273 K); Full composition; Investigation: experimental; detailed
  14. Inorganic Solid Phases

    Ge-Se Binary Phase Diagram 0-100 at.% Se

    • Temperature: 100…1000 °C (373…1273 K); Full composition; Investigation: experimental; detailed
  15. Inorganic Solid Phases

    Ge-Se Binary Phase Diagram 0-100 at.% Se

    • Temperature: 0…1100 °C (273…1373 K); Full composition; Investigation: experimental; detailed
  16. Landolt-Börnstein

    Ge-Se (Germanium-Selenium)

    This document is part of Subvolume F ‘Ga-Gd – Hf-Zr’ of Volume 5 ‘Phase Equilibria, Crystallographic and Thermodynamic Data of Binary Alloys’ of Landolt-Börnstein - Group IV Physical Chemistry.
  17. Inorganic Solid Phases

    Cu-Ge-Se Vertical Section of Ternary Phase Diagram

    • Temperature: 300…1200 °C (573…1473 K); Partial composition: Cu2Se-GeSe; Investigation: experimental; detailed
  18. Inorganic Solid Phases

    Cu-Ge-Se Vertical Section of Ternary Phase Diagram

    • Temperature: 300…1100 °C (573…1373 K); Partial composition: Cu2Se-GeSe; Investigation: experimental; detailed
  19. Inorganic Solid Phases

    As-Ge-Se Vertical Section of Ternary Phase Diagram

    • Temperature: 300…900 °C (573…1173 K); Partial composition: As-GeSe; Investigation: experimental; detailed
  20. Inorganic Solid Phases

    Ge-S-Se Vertical Section of Ternary Phase Diagram

    • Temperature: 500…750 °C (773…1023 K); Partial composition: GeS-GeSe; Investigation: experimental; detailed
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