Density Functional Theory Calculation of Band Gap of Iron ( II ) Disulfide and Tellurium

@inproceedings{AmahArumonaA2017DensityFT,
  title={Density Functional Theory Calculation of Band Gap of Iron ( II ) Disulfide and Tellurium},
  author={E. AmahArumonaA.},
  year={2017}
}
  • Amah Arumona A. E.
  • Published 2017
Iron (II) disulfide (FeS2) is a semiconductor which belongs to the space group 6 3 h T Pa  . It has a cubic crystal system (primitive cubic). Iron (II) disulfide is used in Lithium metal sulfide batteries, solar photovoltaics, battery recycling and molding compounds. It has a narrow band gap value of 0.95 eV [1]. Tellurium (Te) is classified as metalloid (p-type semiconductor) and belongs to the group 16 in the periodic table known as the oxygen family. Tellurium belongs to the space group of… CONTINUE READING

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OxygenNo subtypeTellurium
Tellurium ( Te ) is classified as metalloid ( p - type semiconductor ) and belongs to the group 16 in the periodic table known as the oxygen family .
Tellurium ( Te ) is classified as metalloid ( p - type semiconductor ) and belongs to the group 16 in the periodic table known as the oxygen family .
TelluriumNo subtypeOxygen
Tellurium ( Te ) is classified as metalloid ( p - type semiconductor ) and belongs to the group 16 in the periodic table known as the oxygen family .
Tellurium ( Te ) is classified as metalloid ( p - type semiconductor ) and belongs to the group 16 in the periodic table known as the oxygen family .
TelluriumNo subtypeIron
Density Functional Theory Calculation of Band Gap of Iron ( II ) Disulfide and Tellurium .
IronNo subtypeTellurium
Density Functional Theory Calculation of Band Gap of Iron ( II ) Disulfide and Tellurium .
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