Zinc sulfuride: what is it?
Zinc Sulfide Is an inorganic compound that has the chemical composition ZnS. It’s found in the minerals of sphalerite or wurtzite. Wurtzite and sphalerite both have wide-band gaps semiconductors. Zinc sulfuride is transparent in appearance and can be seen as white. This substance is often made from waste material and is also an by-product in ammonia synthesis with methane.
A Application of Zinc sulfur
1.Zinc sulfuride is insoluble in water. It can be solubilized in acids. See sunshine color darker. The zinc sulfate can be converted by long-term moist air. In general, by using zinc salt solution and hydrogen sulfide. The crystal ZnS can activate different colors by adding small amounts of Cu, Mn, and Ag. It is used for analysis, paint, transparent and white paints, rubber, plastic, filling, and to prepare phosphors.
2.Zinc Sulfide can be described as a white powder. It is a white powder with good chemical stability. Useful as a white pigment
3. Low Mohs Hardness Zinc Sulfide Pigment, Soft Texture, Processing of Machine Metal Wear Less, Significantly prolonging the Service Life of the Machinery.
4. This white pigment has a brilliant hue that is equivalent to around 60% of the titanium dioxide’s brightness. ZnS can be used as a flame retardant and is safe for titanium dioxide.
Two and six-compound semiconductors, zinc sulfide has attracted a lot of attention. Not only are they excellent in physical properties like band width, refractive index and light transmittance, but also their potential for use in optoelectronic, optical and electronic devices. A zinc sulfide nanomaterial has an excellent fluorescence electron luminescent function. This can be used for making white pigment, glass and luminescent powder as well as rubber, plastic, paint, and other applications.
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