Bismuth telluride

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Bi2 Te2 S ; hexagonal rhombohedral; gray; and a thermoelectric material. Because it loses its semiconducting properties above 100 degrees C, it is of value chiefly in cooling devices. Also called bismuth tritelluride. Syn: tetradymite

Source: Dictionary of Mining, Mineral, and Related Terms


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