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ZnS is a group of II–VI comprehensive band gap semiconductor materials with a band gap between 3.6-3.8 eV. The ZnS has two crystal structures: zinc blende and Wurtzite. Zinc blende, also called β‐ZnS, is stable at low temperatures, whereas Wurtzite, also called α-ZnS, is stable at temperatures>1024°C. The ZnS is difficult to oxidize and hydrolyze. Of note, these properties are unaltered even when the size of ZnS is reduced to a nanometer scale. Therefore, ZnS nanomaterials exhibit excellent phot


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