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From the crystallographic view point, the tetragonal unit cell of chalcopyrite can be regarded as a concatenation of two cubic unit cells of the zinc blende structure stacked on top of each other along the c-axis.
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Zinc sulfide, an important II--VI semiconducting material, has a wide optical band gap--3.68 eV for the zinc blende phase, and 3.80 eV for the wurtzite phase in the bulk form (13)--and high refractive indices (14); its band gap energy has been found to increase as it goes from bulk to nano form, which makes it a potentially good material for reflective coatings.
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His written catalog of minerals was begun in 1832, but he had clearly been collecting since at least 1816, when he records finding "blende" (later shown to be greenockite) at Kilpatrick.
Results of heavy mineral analyses Normalized Percentages of Non-opaque Minerals grain size % heavy horn- (mm) minerals blende diopside MPH 0.25-0.30 8.5 26.1 61.6 RSB 0.212-0.30 0.35 0.3 SQB 0.25-0.30 0.07 1.6 CF (a) 0.063-0.125 3 Normalized Percentages of Non-opaque Minerals alumino- biotite garnet epidote silicate MPH 3.3 6.9 RSB 24.2 24.3 47.1 0.7 SQB 0.3 3.4 13.5 4.7 CF (a) 2 7 10 14 Normalized Percentages of Non-opaque Minerals staurolite apatite zircon MPH RSB 0.3 0.1 SQB 10.7 9.7 1.3 CF (a) 22 28 Normalized Percentages of Non-opaque Minerals tour- maline rutile other MPH 2.1 RSB 0.6 0.7 1.7 SQB 3.4 48.3 3.1 CF (a) 10 3 1 (a) average of Chadron Formation samples of Denson et al.
2) Zinc blende, a lustrous black or brown crystalline zinc sulphide;
The ores developed occur in veins, as sulfides: blende, galena, pyrite, chalcocite, covelline ant tetrahedrite, obtained amounted to: lead concentrates, 46,640 tonnes with 73 to 78% of lead; zinc concentrates, 75.588 tonnes with 50 to 60% of zinc and copper concentrates, 8,000 tonnes with 14 to 21% of copper.
It is offered to the Public as depicting the Manners, Customs, Scenery, and Costume of a territory, now intimately blende [sic] with the British empire [...] (18)
Lutz Seller, whose first volume from a major publishing house (pech & blende, 2000) caused a great stir in literary circles, had previously taken on a role familiar to many US and UK poets, as the founder and editor of the excellent Berlin little magazine moosbrand; and Michael Speier has edited the internationally renowned journal Park since 1976.
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In Figure 6, the presence of PVA in the electrochemical bath allowed the generation of ZnO structures with cubic shapes (associated with zinc blende crystalline structure of ZnO) of different sizes ranging from 100 to 400 nm.