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  • n. Any binary compound of a chalcogen with a more electropositive element.

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  • PRAM uses the unique behaviour of chalcogenide glass, which can be switched between two states, crystalline and amorphous, with the application of heat.

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  • In a paper appearing in the journal Applied Physics Letters, Semouchkina and colleagues describe developing a nonmetallic cloak that uses identical glass resonators made of chalcogenide glass, a type of dielectric material (one that does not conduct electricity).

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  • The researchers tested two materials for coating, magnesium flouride and chalcogenide glass

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  • The structure of the proposed cloak consists of identical nanosized chalcogenide glass resonators arranged in a concentric pattern.

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  • Semouchkina and her colleagues 'design calls for magnetic resonator metamaterial made of chalcogenide dielectric glass.

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  • It appears that Semouchkina's chalcogenide glass is pretty rigid, too, so in fact here we're talking more about an invisible greenhouse or glass house than a cloak.

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  • The researches tested this process using different materials such as, magnesium fluoride, chalcogenide glass and even tape.

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  • PCM uses a material - germanium-antimony-tellurium chalcogenide (GST) - whose resistance varies between its amorphous and crystalline states.

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  • It can be used for cast iron, ceramics, blasting caps, solar panels, chalcogenide glasses.

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  • Paper: "Breakthrough switching speed with an all-optical chalcogenide glass chip: 640 Gbit / s Demultiplexing," Leif Oxenløwe et al, Optics Express, Vol. 17, Issue 4, Feb. 16, 2009.

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