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Manganese Telluride Powder

Manganese Telluride Powder

Manganese Telluride Powder
Product No NRE-11176
CAS No. 12032-88-1
Formula MnTe
APS <40 µm  (Can be Customized)
Purity 99.9%
Color NA
Molecular Weight 182.538 g/mol
Density 6 g/cm3
Melting Point 1150 °C
Boiling Point NA

Manganese Telluride Powder

Manganese telluride (MnTe) powder, a compound of manganese and tellurium, has several applications in various fields. Some of the key applications of manganese telluride powder include:

Thermoelectric Materials: Manganese telluride has potential applications in thermoelectric materials due to its ability to convert heat into electricity. Its use in thermoelectric devices is based on its properties as a narrow-bandgap semiconductor.

Semiconductors: Manganese telluride is used in the production of semiconductors, especially in the field of electronics. It can be employed in the manufacturing of devices such as diodes and transistors.

Optoelectronics: Manganese telluride is used in the production of various optoelectronic devices, such as infrared detectors and sensors. Its unique properties make it suitable for use in applications that require sensitive detection of infrared light.

Research and Development: Manganese telluride is also used in various research and development activities, especially in the field of material science and nanotechnology. Researchers often utilize it for its specific properties in studies related to the development of advanced materials and technologies.

Solar Energy: Manganese telluride has been researched for its potential application in solar cells. Its properties make it a candidate for use in the development of efficient and cost-effective solar energy harvesting technologies.

Magnetic Materials: Manganese telluride has been studied for its magnetic properties, and it has potential applications in the field of magnetic materials. It may find use in various magnetic devices and storage systems.

Medical Applications: While not as common as some other applications, some research suggests potential applications in the medical field, such as in diagnostic imaging or in the development of specialized medical devices.