Condensed Matter

   

Cristais Inorgânicos do Arranjo Berílio, Lítio, Selênio e Silício

Authors: R. Gobato, D. F. G. Fedrigo, A. Gobato

The use of inorganic crystals in the technology comes from ample date. From quartz crystals to receiver radios common to computer chips with new semiconductor materials. Elements such as Se, Li, Be, and Si, are of great use in technology. The use of new inorganic crystals in technology has been widely studied. The development of new compounds coming from this arrangement can bring technological advances in the most diverse areas of knowledge. The probable difficulty of finding such crystals in nature or synthesized suggest an advanced study of the theme. A preliminary literature search did not indicate any compounds of said arrangement of these chemical elements. From this fact our study may lead to obtaining new crystals to be used in the materials industry. For this, a computational study using software with Molecular Mechanics, ab initio, DFT, and empirical methods with microscopic and conoscopic analysis can lead to the obtaining of such crystals.

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