AII-BVI Compounds: ZnSe

AII-BVI Compounds: ZnSe


AII-BVI Compounds: ZnSe

Zinc Selenide (ZnSe) is an AII-BVI compound, which means it is composed of a group II element (Zinc) and a group VI element (Selenium). It is a semiconductor material with a wide bandgap of 2.7 eV, which makes it transparent in the infrared region. ZnSe is a useful material for a variety of applications, including optoelectronics, infrared optics, and laser systems. It has a cubic crystal structure and is commonly grown as a single crystal using techniques such as chemical vapor deposition (CVD) or physical vapor transport (PVT). ZnSe has a high refractive index and low dispersion, making it ideal for lenses and other optical components operating in the infrared region.

Growth methods:
Diameter, mm
Thickness, mm
Optical absorption (bulk) at 10,6 nm, cm-1
< 0.005
Resistivity, Ohm x cm
Luminescent emission intensity ration, IEx/Iedge (Iimp)
> 10
Dislocation density, cm-2
< 2 x 105
Small-angle boundary density, cm-1
< 40
Excition band wavelength in luminescence spectrum, nm
444 ± 2
The variation of local values for wavelength within the plate, nm
The number of cavities with size of 15 - 200 m, pcs/pl

Order Form

Drag and drop files here or Browse
*You can upload your specification file here. Max 5MB. Allowed File Types: JPG, PNG, PDF

About Semiconductor Electronics

SEMI EL project is a global supplier of materials, equipment, spare parts and supplies for the semiconductor industry.

Learn more...

Get In Touch


Join Our Community

Sign up to receive email for the latest information.