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*  Carbide
Aluminium from group 13 forms carbides, but gallium, indium, and thallium do not. These materials feature isolated carbon ...
*  Potential applications of carbon nanotubes
Various companies are developing transparent, electrically conductive CNT films and nanobuds to replace indium tin oxide (ITO) ... of Silicon Valley, California are developing transparent, electrically conductive films of carbon nanotubes to replace indium ... Nanotubes can potentially replace indium tin oxide in solar cells as a transparent conductive film in solar cells to allow ...
*  Gallium scan
In infections, the gallium scan has an advantage over indium leukocyte imaging (also called indium-111 white blood cell scan) ... Indium leukocyte imaging is better for acute infections (where neutrophils are still rapidly and actively localizing to the ... Indium scan Radiology Nuclear Medicine Gallium-68 generator Treves, S. Ted (2014). Pediatric nuclear medicine and molecular ... Both the gallium scan and indium leukocyte imaging may be used to image fever of unknown origin (elevated temperature without ...
*  Indium
... has many semiconductor-related applications. Some indium compounds, such as indium antimonide and indium phosphide, are ... Indium-115 makes up 95.7% of all indium. Indium is one of three known elements (the others being tellurium and rhenium) of ... The stable indium isotope, indium-113, is one of the p-nuclei, the origin of which is not fully understood; although indium-113 ... Indium(I) oxide black powder is produced when indium(III) oxide decomposes upon heating to 700 °C. Less frequently, indium ...
*  Indium nitride
Indium(III) oxide Pichugin, I.G., Tiachala, M. Izv. Akad. Nauk SSSR, Neorg. Mater. 14 (1978) 175. Veal, T. D.; McConville, C. F ... Indium nitride (InN) is a small bandgap semiconductor material which has potential application in solar cells and high speed ... Using one or more alloys of indium gallium nitride (InGaN), an optical match to the solar spectrum can be achieved.[citation ... Thin layers of InN can be grown using metalorganic chemical vapour deposition (MOCVD). Thin polycrystalline films of indium ...
*  Indium antimonide
... (InSb) is a crystalline compound made from the elements indium (In) and antimony (Sb). It is a narrow-gap ... A layer of indium antimonide sandwiched between layers of aluminium indium antimonide can act as a quantum well. In such a ... The indium antimonide detectors are sensitive between 1-5 µm wavelengths. Indium antimonide was a very common detector in the ... Properties of Indium Antimonide (InSb) Rode, D. L. (1971). "Electron Transport in InSb, InAs, and InP". Physical Review B. 3 ( ...
*  Indium acetylacetonate
It is the indium complex of acetylacetone. Indium acetylacetonate and tin(II) acetylacetonate can be used to prepare indium tin ... Copper indium gallium diselenide (CIGS) can also be produced with indium acetylacetonate. Thin-film CIGS solar cells are ... Indium acetylacetonate at American Elements "Indium‐tin oxide thin films prepared by chemical vapor deposition" "High- ... efficiency copper indium gallium diselenide (CIGS) solar cells with indium sulfide buffer layers deposited by atomic layer ...
*  Indium trihydride
Indium hydride is also known to form adducts with carbenes. The indium atom in indiganes such as indigane can accept an ... The systematic name indium trihydride, a valid IUPAC name, is constructed according to the compositional nomenclature. Indium ... These include 1:1 adducts with four coordinate indium and 2:1 adducts with five coordinate indium. Typically the 1:1 amine ... When heated above −90 °C (−130 °F), indium trihydride decomposes to produce indium-hydrogen alloy and elemental hydrogen. As of ...
*  Indium phosphide
5-20, ISBN 0-8493-0594-2 Indium Phosphide at HSDB InP manufacture Indium Phosphide and Indium Gallium Arsenide Help Break 600 ... Indium phosphide can be prepared from the reaction of white phosphorus and indium iodide[clarification needed] at 400 °C., also ... Indium phosphide (InP) is a binary semiconductor composed of indium and phosphorus. It has a face-centered cubic ("zincblende ... InP is also used as a substrate for epitaxial indium gallium arsenide based opto-electronic devices. Indium phosphide also has ...
*  Indium bromide
... may refer to: Indium(I) bromide, InBr Indium(III) bromide, InBr3; when molten it is dimeric, In2Br6, and it is ...
*  Indium Corporation
... the Huari Huari zinc mine was the principal source of indium for Indium Corporation The Indium cooperation offers Indium, ... Indium Corporation is a refiner, producer, and supplier of indium and indium compounds. The company also has various products ... Indium Corporation was known as "The Indium Corporation of America" in 1934. For many years the founders/scientists Dr. William ... "Company Overview of Indium Corporation". Business Week. Retrieved 16 July 2013. "Science:Indium". Time Magazine. November 16, ...
*  Indium wire
Indium can be alloyed with a wide range of other metals to lower their melting point. Indium is an ideal thermal interface ... In addition, as a seal indium will not pump out or dry out. In fact, indium has the unique ability to cold weld two dissimilar ... Below 3.4Kelvin indium is a superconductor and at 20 C it has a resistance of 8.8 micro-ohms with a melting point of 156.598 C ... When indium is compressed its bulk thermal conductivity of 86 W/mK pushes down the resistance at the interface to be much lower ...
*  Indium arsenide
... , InAs, or indium monoarsenide, is a semiconductor composed of indium and arsenic. It has the appearance of grey ... Indium arsenide is sometimes used together with indium phosphide. Alloyed with gallium arsenide it forms indium gallium ... Indium arsenide is also used for making of diode lasers. Indium arsenide is similar to gallium arsenide and is a direct bandgap ... Quantum dots can be formed in a monolayer of indium arsenide on indium phosphide or gallium arsenide. The mismatches of lattice ...
*  Indium halides
... indium(III) chloride, indium(III) bromide, and indium(III) iodide. The trihalides are Lewis acidic. Indium trichloride is a ... indium(I) chloride, indium(I) bromide and indium(I) iodide. The intermediate halides contain indium with oxidation states, +1 ... The reason for this abundance of compounds is that indium forms 4 and 6 coordinate anions containing indium(III) e.g. InBr4−, ... In the monohalides the oxidation state of indium is +1 and their proper names are indium(I) fluoride, ...
*  Indium chalcogenides
In many applications indium chalcogenides are used as the basis of ternary and quaternary compounds such as indium tin oxide, ... In2Se3 Indium(III) selenide is a black compound with potential optical applications. In2Te3 Indium(III) telluride is a black ... There seems to be no short indium-indium distance that would indicate an In-In unit. This is formulated as In24+ 12In3+ 20Te2 ... The indium chalcogenides include all compounds of indium with the chalcogen elements, oxygen, sulfur, selenium and tellurium. ( ...
*  Bismuth Indium
Indium: Each 1 wt% of In added on the alloy of the melting point reduces 1.45 °C. It easily oxidizes, has a very high cost, ... The most common application of the alloy is as a low temperature solder, which can also contain, besides Bismuth and Indium, ... The elements bismuth and indium have relatively low melting points when compared to other metals, and their alloy Bismuth ... Indium is a metal softer than lead (hardness of 0.9 HB), permitting it to be scratched by a nail. It is also malleable, ductile ...
*  Indium lung
Exposure to indium tin oxide as it reacts can lead to exposure to indium metal, indium hydroxide, and indium oxide. The exact ... Indium lung is a rare occupational lung disease caused by exposure to respirable indium in the form of indium tin oxide. It is ... Indium lung disease has been fatal in several cases. Lung cancer may be related to indium lung disease, though indium is not a ... The indium industry is mainly based in Japan, where the bulk of cases have occurred; indium industry is also present in the US ...
*  Indium-111
Among the medical applications of indium-111 are specialized diagnostic uses: indium-111 labeled antibodies; indium-111 oxine ... Indium-111 is an isotope of indium with a radioactive half-life of 2.80 days, making it useful as a radioactive tracer. ... Indium-111 also undergoes isomeric transition, emitting a 0.537 MeV gamma ray with a 7.7 minute half-life. Isotopes of indium ... labeling of peptides and other proteins with indium-111 to determine their uptake by rare cancers (for example, the indium-111 ...
*  Indium chloride
Indium trichloride (indium(III) chloride), InCl3 Indium monochloride (indium(I) chloride), InCl Indium dichloride (indium(II) ...
*  Indium(III) sulfate
Indium sulfate is used in the production of indium or indium containing substances. Indium sulfate also can be found in basic ... Indium(I) sulfate, In2SO4 can be made in a solid state by heating indium metal with indium(III) sulfate, but when dissolving in ... The mixed valence salt InIInIII(SO4)2 is also made by heating indium metal with indium(III) sulfate. Indium sulfate is a ... Indium(III) sulfate (In2(SO4)3) is a sulfate salt of the metal indium. It is a sesquisulfate, meaning that the sulfate group ...
*  Indium(III) bromide
... , (indium tribromide), InBr3, is a chemical compound of indium and bromine. It is a Lewis acid and has been ... Reaction with indium metal forms lower valent indium bromides, InBr2, In4Br7, In2Br3, In5Br7, In7Br9, indium(I) bromide. In ... "Indium: Inorganic chemistry", D.G Tuck, Encyclopedia of Inorganic Chemistry Editor R Bruce King (1994) John Wiley and Sons ISBN ... It has the same crystal structure as aluminium trichloride, with 6 coordinate indium atoms. When molten it is dimeric, In2Br6, ...
*  Indium(III) hydroxide
... is the chemical compound with the formula In(OH)3, its prime use is as a precursor to indium(III) oxide, ... of indium hydroxide was a step in the separation of indium from zincblende ore by Reich and Richter the discoverers of indium. ... yielding some indium metal Laser ablation of In(OH)3 gives InOH, indium(I) hydroxide, a bent molecule with an In-O-H angle of ... Neutralising a solution of an In3+ salt such as In(NO3)3, indium nitrate or a solution of InCl3 gives a white precipitate that ...
*  Indium(III) telluride
... (In2Te3) is a chemical compound. It is an intermetallic compound, so it has properties intermediate from ...
*  Indium gallium arsenide
2; R60 Gallium arsenide Indium arsenide Indium gallium phosphide Indium gallium zinc oxide T.P. Pearsall, Ga0.47In0.53As: A ... Indium gallium arsenide (InGaAs) (alternatively gallium indium arsenide, GaInAs) is a ternary alloy (chemical compound) of ... Indium gallium arsenide (InGaAs) and gallium-indium arsenide (GaInAs) are used interchangeably. According to IUPAC standards ... Most InGaAs devices are grown on indium phosphide (InP) substrates. In order to match the lattice constant of InP and avoid ...
*  Indium(III) chloride
Indium Trichloride Habeeb, J. J.; Tuck, D. G. "Electrochemical Synthesis of Indium(III) Complexes" Inorganic Syntheses, 1979, ... It is also the most available soluble derivative of indium. Being a relatively electropositive metal, indium reacts quickly ... C in vacuo InCl3 reacts with indium metal at high temperature to form lower valent indium chlorides, In5Cl9, In2Cl3 and InCl. ... Indium(III) chloride is the chemical compound with the formula InCl3. This colorless salt finds some use in organic synthesis ...