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InSe: a 2D semiconductor with superior flexibility. Indium Selenide (InSe) has a record-high charge carrier mobility and photoresponsivity. Its Young's modulus has a value of 23.1 +- 5.2 GPa, one of the lowest values reported.

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he first highly transparent, touch-responsive and conducting ultra-flexible thin sheets of indium tin oxide (ITO) have been made by researchers in Australia.

The fate of indium stocks once held by the failed Fanya Metal Exchange and due to be auctioned this week will remain a major concern for indium market participants going into 2020. Read more: #Fastmarkets2020Outlook  #indium 

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Viewpoint: US indium oversupply to persist

Hieronymus Theodor Richter was Ferdinand Reich’s assistant at the Freiberg School of Mines in 1863 when they co-discovered a vivid blue line in zinc ores – a new element! #49 , indium#Bday  #IYPT2019  @AmerChemSoc 

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Hieronymus Theodor Richter was Ferdinand Reich’s assistant at the Freiberg School of Mines in 1863 when they co-discovered a vivid blue line in zinc ores – a new element! #49 , indium#Bday  #IYPT2019  @AmerChemSoc 

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Mobile devices contain conflict elements like gold & rare elements like indium. Natural sources of 6 of the elements found in mobiles are set to run out within the next 100 years. @RoySocChem  have great advice for how you can help curb the depletion >

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Will shortages of crucial elements such as indium and gallium affect our high-tech world? Richard Stevenson investigates

@ORNL  explains why the process stars use turn tin into a valuable element called indium is slower than expected, using @OLCFGOV  #ScienceNeverSleeps 

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Minerals are the fundamental building blocks for any modern technology. In the energy world, batteries don’t work without lithium, graphite, cobalt & nickel. Solar panels require silver, gallium, indium & tellurium. Wind turbines need steel, aluminum, copper & rare earth elements

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They named it “YInMn” after its chemical makeup—yttrium, indium and manganese oxides. Inspired by the discovery, @Crayola  created a new blue crayon based on the hue and invited the world to help name it. “Bluetiful” was selected from more than 90K entries.

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A mix of Gallium, Indium, and Tin could help us to reverse rising levels of CO2 by converting the gas back into a solid carbon ‘coal’

Don’t understand why bromine or indium is useful? You’ll find bromine in photo film, and indium is used to create LCD screen. Through simple pictures and direct descriptions, we learn why these chemicals are useful.

Currently, the best LED displays use highly toxic chemicals. Japanese researchers who have shown that a non-toxic version using silver indium disulfide coated in a shell consisting of gallium and sulfur may be the answer.

The new blue pigment yin-min inspired Crayola's next color. It's made of yttrium, indium, and manganese (or YInMn).

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Use this interactive periodic table to see what elements like Vanadium, Indium, and Molybdenum are actually used for

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Structural transition in an atomic indium wire on a silicon substrate proceeds as fast as the indium atom vibrations

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