Surface Studies of Electrically-Conducting “CsSn2I5”
The gel method of crystal growth is a rather simple technique for the controlled crystallization of certain compounds.1 Single crystals of CsSn2I5 have been grown in sodium metasilicate gels and identified by X-ray powder and single crystal diffraction methods and suitable chemical analyses. This report deals with the synthesis, chemical characterization and surface properties of CsSn2I5.
KeywordsAuger Spectrum Iodine Level Indium Foil Control Crystallization Cesium Iodide
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