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Gallium selenide Powder

Gallium selenide Powder

Gallium selenide Powder
Product No NRE-11100
CAS 12024-24-7
Purity 99.9%
Formula Ga2Se3
APS <40 µm (Can be Customized)
Color Reddish Black
Molecular Weight 376.33 g/mol
Density 4.92 g/cm3
Melting Point 1,020 °C
Boiling Point NA

Gallium selenide Powder

Gallium selenide (GaSe) is a semiconductor compound with a variety of applications in different fields. Its unique properties make it useful in both research and industrial applications. Some of the key applications of gallium selenide powder include:

Optoelectronics: GaSe is utilized in the manufacturing of optoelectronic devices, including photodetectors and light-emitting diodes (LEDs). Its ability to efficiently convert light into electrical signals makes it a valuable material for use in these devices.

Photovoltaics: Gallium selenide is used in the development of thin-film solar cells. These solar cells can convert sunlight into electricity, making them a promising candidate for renewable energy generation.

Nonlinear optics: Due to its unique nonlinear optical properties, GaSe is used in various applications in nonlinear optics, such as frequency doubling and parametric oscillation. These properties make it useful in creating devices that manipulate and control light for various purposes.

Sensors: GaSe is employed in the production of sensors, particularly in applications that require high sensitivity to light or other environmental factors. Its semiconducting properties make it ideal for use in various sensor technologies.

Semiconductor research: Gallium selenide is used as a material for research purposes in the development of new semiconductor technologies. Its properties are studied to explore new ways to improve semiconductor devices and to develop more efficient electronic components.

Thin-film technology: GaSe can be used to produce thin films for various applications, including electronic and optical devices. Its ability to form thin films with desirable properties makes it a valuable material in the field of thin-film technology.

High-pressure studies: Gallium selenide is also used in high-pressure experiments, especially in the field of condensed matter physics. Its properties under high pressure are studied to understand its behavior and to explore potential applications in extreme environments.