Germanium Disulfide Powder – Properties and Application |

Germanium disulfide This inorganic compound has the chemical formula GeS2. Germanium disulfide, a semiconductor substance. Germanium Disulfide Properties: Germanium disulfide (white powder) is easy to dissolve in water and in concentrated hydrochloric acids. This unstable metal is easy to sublimate and oxidize at high temperatures. At the same time, it dissociates in humid air or an inert environment. Germanium disulfide results from the reaction between germanium powder, sulfur vapor,


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