(Meta Phases; Experimental), Indicates key paper72Coo: W. R. Cook, Jr., “Phase Changes in Cu2S as a Function of Temperature”, Natl. (Equi Diagram, Thermo; Experimental), 76Eva: H. T. Evans, Jr. and J. Authors: Peter Baláz, Laszlo Takacs, Jian Zhong Jiang, V. Soika, M. Luxová 257 Monitoring of Hydrocarbon Gaseous Compounds formed During Bioleaching of Copper Sulphide Minerals with Mesophilic Microorganisms. (Equi Diagram; Experimental), ADS  Phys. N. F., 26, 339–359 (1960) in German. The low-temperature behavior of tetragonal copper sulfide, ${\mathrm{Cu}}_{2}\mathrm{S}$, was investigated by powder and single-crystal x-ray diffraction, calorimetry, electrical resistance measurements, and ambient temperature optical absorption spectroscopy. Miner. It has the chemical formula CuFeS 2. Metallhuettenwes., 13, 313–322 (1960) in German. (Equi Diagram; Experimental), 51Sch: R. Schumann and O. W. Moles, “S Activities in Liquid Cu-Sulfide”,Trans. (Thermo; Experimental), Article  Chim. Quart., 15(4), 305–318 (1976). 364, 703–712 (1972); Ph.D. thesis, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH; Gould Labs Univ. (d-f) HRTEM images of ND groups and individual NDs lying with their shorter axis oriented parallel to the substrate; (g-i) HRTEM images of NDs with their major axis aligned parallel to the substrate, down the <001> zone axis. Investigations of covellite indicate that there are other metastable Cu-S phases still to be fully characterised.. CuS 2, villamaninite or (Cu,Ni,Co,Fe)S 2; CuS, covellite, copper monosulfide Cu 9 S 8 (Cu 1.12 S), yarrowite; Cu 39 S 28 (Cu 1.39 S) spionkopite; Cu 8 S 5 (Cu 1.6 S), geerite (Thermo, Equi Diagram; Experimental; Information from this paper used in drawing evaluated phase diagrams), 79Kub: O. Kubaschewski and E. L. Evans,Metallurgical Thermochemistry, 5th ed., Pergamon Press, NY (1979). 1. Bull., 7, 955–962 (1972) in French. Cite this article. Geol., 32(2), 203–284 (1937). Miner., 29, 55–65 (1944). Analysis of the sulfide phases was complicated by fine grain size. (Meta Phases; Experimental), 71Cla2: A. H. Clark and R. H. Sillitoe, “Supergene Anilite from Mina Estrella (Salado), Atacama, Chile”,Neues Jahrb. CuS is a moderate conductor of electricity. Soc. Copper sulfide nanomaterials: liquid-phase synthesis 121 Nanocrystalline copper sulfide exhibits at least five stable phases with different Cu:S This bond length difference has been ascribed to the higher bond order in (S-S)− compared to (S-S)2− due to electrons being removed from a π* antibonding orbital. [15] reported superior performance and stability of covellite films used as counter electrodes in QDSSCs compared with other copper sulfide phases. Chem. (Equi Diagram; Experimental), 13Bor: K. Bornemann and K. Wagenmann, “Electroconductivity of Metallic Alloys in Liquid State”,Ferrum, 11, 276–282 (1913); 11, 293–294 (1914), quoted in [Hansen]. The sulfosalts are a special group of the sulfide minerals that have a general formula AmTnXp and in which the common elements are A = Ag, Cu, Pb; T = As, Sb, Bi; … Publ. Buerger, “X-ray Evidence of Existence of Mineral Digenite Cu9S5”,Am. Phase-pure and quasi-monodisperse Cu 3 SbS 4 nanocrystals have successfully been synthetized by adjusting the sulfur to copper molar ratio as well as the surfactant to solvent volumetric ratio. The X-ray diffraction patterns of the layers showed that peaks of various copper sulfide phases are present in the XRD diagram (see Figure 5). … It is one of a … (Thermo; Experimental), 76Pot: R. W. Potter, II and H. T. Evans, Jr., “Definitive X-ray Powder Data for Covellite, Anilite, Djurleite and Chalcocite”,U. The copper sulfide crystal structure plays a key role in the mechanism by which cation exchange occurs and the product that forms. Chem. (Equi Diagram; Experimental), 64Jan: A. Janosi, “Structure of Tetragonal Cuprous Sulfide”,Acta Cryst., 17(3), 311–312 (1964) in French. Favorite Answer. ized in all phases of copper production. (Meta Phases; Experimental), 63Mor: N. Morimoto and G. Kullerud, “Polymorphism in Digenite”,Am. Identify All Of The Phases In Your Answer 2.Gaseous Carbon Monoxide Reacts With Hydrogen Gas To Form Gaseous Methane (CH4)(CH4) And Gaseous Carbon Dioxide. (Meta Phases; Experimental), 74Bur: B. P. Burylev, N. N. Fedorova, and L. Sh. Miner., 56, 1189–1909 (1971). (Meta Phases; Experimental), 73Bar: P. B. Barton, Jr., “Solid Solutions in System Cu-Fe-S. Part I: The Cu-S and CuFe-S Joins”,Econ. J. 72-27 (1971). (Crys Structure; Experimental), Indicates key paper36Rah: P. Rahlfs, “Cubic High Temperature Modifications of Sulfides, Selinides and Tellurides of Ag and of Univalent Cu”,Z. Copper sulfide has been prepared by a number of different routes, 16 such as the ubiquitous hot-injection method, 2,4,17−20 solvothermal synthesis, 21 and cation exchange. Copper sulfides can be classified into three groups: Monosulfides, 1.6 ≤ Cu/S ≤ 2: their crystal structures consist of isolated sulfide anions that are closely related to either hcp or fcc lattices, without any direct S-S bonds. Buerger, “Structural Relations Between High and Low Chalcocite”,Am. Solid copper reacts with solid sulfur to form solid copper(I) sulfide. Miner., 55(1–2), 106–117 (1970). The naturally occurring mineral binary compounds of copper and sulfur are listed below. Vol.,39A, 243–263 (1970) quoted in [77Pot]. (Equi Diagram; Experimental), 55Don: J. D. H. Donnay, “Lattice of Rhombohedral S”,Acta Cryst., 8, 245 (1955). Alloy Phase Diagrams, 2(1), 145–146 (1981), quoting melting points of elements on the 1968 temperature scale. Reduction Equilibria of Cuprous Sulfide and Hydrogen”,Mem. The choice of precursors is one such parameter that can significantly impact achievable shapes and phases. Here, we show that digenite copper sulfide nanoparticles undergo a spontaneous phase transition to tetragonal chalcocite in situ, prior to the onset of cation exchange. [7]) give the mixed valence formula (Cu+)2(Cu2+)(S2−)(S2)2− for CuS, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopic data give strong evidence that, in terms of the simple oxidation state formalism, all the known copper sulfides should be considered as purely monovalent copper compounds, and more appropriate formulae would be (Cu+)3(S2−)(S2)− for CuS, and (Cu+)(S2)− for CuS2, respectively. Miner. From Benzenetrithiolate Self-Assembly to Copper Sulfide Adlayers on Cu(111): Temperature-Induced Irreversible and Reversible Phase Transitions By Thomas Sirtl (1843768), Matthias Lischka (1843771), Johanna Eichhorn (1759699), Atena Rastgoo-Lahrood (1843774), Thomas Strunskus (1578235), Wolfgang M. Heckl (1843765) and Markus Lackinger (1634995) A black colloidal precipitate of CuS is formed when hydrogen sulfide, H 2 S, is bubbled through solutions of Cu(II) salts. Miner. Cu + S ----- Cu2S *Cu2 is for copper don't get mixed up and think the 2 is for Sulphu. (Crys Structure, Meta Phases; Experimental), 58Don: G. Donnay, J. H. D. Donnay, and G. Kullerud, “Crystal and Twin Structure of Digenite, Cu9S5”,Am. Favorite Answer. Jpn. The definition is commonly widened to include minerals in which the anion is As or Sb, sometimes together with S, and to include Se and Te minerals. Chem., 94, 95–138 (1916) in German. 06Hey: E. Heyn and O. Bauer, “Copper and Sulfur”,Metallurgie, 3, 73–82 (1906) in German. A. Chang, “A Thermodynamic Analysis of Cu-S System”,Met Trans., 11B, 575–583 (1980). S (1.75≤x≤2) Between 10 and 200°C”,Mater. Smith, “Cu Alloys Containing S, Se and Te”,Trans. This chapter briefly describes the technology for producing copper, from exploration, through ... copper sulfide (CU2S) to elemental copper and S02 Further removal of oxygen via introduction of After washing and drying, the samples were treated with Cu(I) salt solution. Their crystal structures usually consist of alternating hexagonal layers of monosulfide and disulfide anions with Cu cations in trigonal and tetrahedral interstices. No metallic copper was observed in the slag. Miner., 27, 712–716 (1942). Paper 1, 226–232 (1971). (Crys Structure; Experimental), Indicates key paper44Bue: M.J. Buerger and N.W. Copper sulfide-based semiconductors are particularly interesting in this regard, because of the many possible copper sulfide phases, the appearance of localized surface plasmon resonance in copper-deficient phases, and the ease with which copper sulfide phases can undergo cation incorporation or exchange to produce new binary, ternary, or even quaternary materials. From: Extractive Metallurgy of Copper (Fifth Edition), 2011 Quart., 8(1), 3–23 (1969). Chem., B31, 157–194 (1936) in German. Here, CuS is studied as cathode material Metall., 8, 128–132 (1979). I have added the content to this page - previously it redirected to copper(I) sulfide. (Crys Structure; Experimental), Indicates key paper70Mor: N. Morimoto and K. Koto, “Phase Relations of Cu-S System at Low Temperatures: Stability of Anilite”,Am. That page needs to be changed to reflect that it is a good overview of the copper sulfide phases and not just about copper(I) sulfide.--Axiosaurus 11:49, 2 March 2008 (UTC) This lemma misrepresents the … Bur. (Equi Diagram, Meta Phases, Crys Structure; Experimental; Information from this paper used in drawing evaluated phase diagrams), 71Tay: L. A. Taylor and G. Kullerud, “Pyrite Type Compounds”,Carnegie Inst. Lige Liu. Chem., 359, 1–13 (1968). (Crys Structure; Experimental), 37Mer: H.E. The thickness of the inner-disk layer can be tuned to form two-dimensional (2D), single atomic layers (<1 nm). (Thermo; Experimental), 68Rob: R. A. Robie and D. R. Waldbaum, “Thermodynamic Properties of Minerals and Related Substances at 298.15 K and One Atmosphere Pressure and at Higher Temperature”, U. S. Geol. Some copper sulfides are economically important ores. Farad. Eng., Hokkaido Univ., 8(1), 14–22 (1950), quoted in [68Arn]. Bur. Miner., 54, 1256–1268 (1969). The regions of stability of each copper sulfide depends on the copper-to-sulfur ration in the total system. Chim. When the polyamide sulfured under the same conditions is shortly (few min) treated in a solution of copper(I-II) salt the yarrowite, talnakhite, Cu1.06, and anilite phases are detected, but if treatment in a Cu(I-II) salt solution is prolonged – formation of sulfide phase containing more copper – … (Crys Structure; Experimental), Indicates key paper76Kel: H. H. Kellog, “Thermochemical Modelling of Molten Sulfides”,Physical Chemistry in Metallurgy, R. M. Fischer, R. A. Oriani, and E. T. Turkdogan, Ed., U. S. Steel Res. The sulfide phase of … (Equi Diagram; Experimental; Information from this paper used in drawing evaluated phase diagrams), 74Mil: K. C. Mills,Thermodynamic Data for Inorganic Sulphides, Selenides and Tellurides, Butterworths, London (1974). Abt., 28, 35–47 (1957) in German. © 2021 Springer Nature Switzerland AG. Copper Res. Oxidation of acid-volatile sulfide in surface sediments increases the release and toxicity of copper to the benthic amphipod Melita plumulosa. R. W. Potter, II, “An Electrochemical Investigation of the System Cu-S”,Econ. The copper ions are distributed in a complicated manner over interstitial sites with both trigonal as well as distorted tetrahedral coordination and are rather mobile. Yearbook, 57, 215–218 (1958);56, 195–197 (1957). Keywords : Electrochemistry, copper, ammonium sulphide, copper sulphides, ammonium thiocuprates. Phys.—Crystall., 14(4), 599–600 (1970). [8][9][10] What is the balanced equation for: solid copper reacts with solid sulfur to form solid copper (I) sulfide.? (Equi Diagram; Experimental), Indicates key paper60Joh: F. Johannsen and H. Vollmer, “Study of Copper-Copper Sulfide System”,Z. Google Scholar, 54Ber: L. G. Berry, “Crystal Structure of Covellite, CuS, and Klockmannite, CuSe”,Am. Both minerals and synthetic materials comprise these compounds. Roasting is essentially a surface reaction where the oxide layer is formed first and ... five phases, that is, four condensed phases and one gaseous phase (P=3−0+2=5). Monatsh, 10, 458–464 (1972). A. Chang, “A Thermodynamic Equation of State for Digenite, Cu2-δS”,Chin. (Equi Diagram, Thermo; Experimental; Information from this paper used in drawing evaluated phase diagrams), 67Tak: H. Takeda, J. D. H. Donnay, E. H. Roseboom, and D. E. Appleman, “Crystallography of Djurleite, Cu1.97S”,Z. Metallkd., 70(12), 808–810 (1979) in German. W. G. Mumme, R. W. Gable, V. Petříček, Canadian Mineralogist; (2012); 50; 423-430. Correspondence to Share. Rep. Res. Bull.,1259, 256 (1968). Trans., 7B, 67–80 (1976). M. Ukrainskii, “Dilatometric and X-Ray Investigation of Copper Chalcogenides at 20–700°C”,Izv. (Crys Structure; Experimental), 66Mun: R. A. Munson, “Synthesis of Copper Sulfide”,Inorg. [13] This apparent discrepancy with the X-ray photo-electron spectrum data simply highlights the problem that NMR has in assigning oxidation states in a mixed-valence compound. Suspensions of copper sulfide powders held at accumulation potentials of 0 to -0.2 V (vs Ag/AgCl) produce voltammetric peaks near -0.15, -0.65, and -0.95 V during subsequent cathodic scans. Monatsh, 2, 418–424 (1971). 2 Cu 2 S + 3 O 2 → 2 Cu 2 O + 2 SO 2. Chem., 5(7), 1296–1297 (1966). Monatsh., 9, 199–204 (1961) in German. (Equi Diagram, Crys Structure; Experimental; Information from this paper used in drawing evaluated phase diagrams), 57Wag: J. Entropies of Elements and Inorganic Compounds”, U. S. Bur. Calculation of Free Energy Function and Heat Content Function for Solid (Cu, S, O) Substances”,Acta Polytech. ACS Appl Mater Interfaces. Miner., 27, 216–217 (1942). Inst., Tohoku Univ., A2, 513–518 (1950). Further evidence that the assignment of the so-called "valence hole" should be to the S2 units in these two formulae is the length of the S-S bonds, which are significantly shorter in CuS (0.207 nm) and CuS2 (0.203 nm) than in the "classical" disulfide Fe2+(S2)2− (0.218 nm). II. Indicates key paper60Joh: F. Johannsen and H. Vollmer, “Study of Copper-Copper Sulfide System”,Z. RU; DE; FR; ES; Remember this site Copper sulfides (and native copper) are leached by Fe3+, also assisted by direct bacterial action:(15.11a)2FeS2+7O2+2H2O→2Fe2++2SO42−+2H2SO4(15.11b)O2+4Fe2++4SO42−+2H2SO4→4Fe3++6SO42−+2H2O(15.11c)Cu2S+10Fe3++15SO42−+4H2O→2Cu2++10Fe2++12SO42−+4H2SO4. However, it was later shown to be rather a cuprous compound, formula Cu+3S. Google Scholar, 50Sud1: K. Sudo, “The Equilibrium in Reduction of Solid Cuprous Sulfide by Hydrogen Gas”,Sci. That was confirmed by X-ray diffraction studies of the layers obtained. (Meta Phases, Crys Structure; Experimental), 71Van: A. V. Vanyukov, V. P. Bystrov, and V. A. Snurnikova, “Phase Equilibria in Cu-S System”,Tsvet. (Meta Phases; Experimental), 69Hin: E. Hinze and A. Neuhaus, “Reflection Microscopic and X-ray Studies of Cuprous Sulfide, Cu-Selenide and Cu Telluride at Pressures up to 80 Kilobars”,Naturwiss., 56(3), 136 (1969) in German. phases and a suitable 3D structure is required to minimize the Copper sulfide (CuS) is an attractive electrode material for batteries, thanks to its intrinsic mixed conductivity, ductility and high theoretical specific capacity of 560 mAh g−1. Jpn., 4, 287–292 (1949). All the copper bearing phases observed were sulfides, having an overall Cu-Fe-S composition. 1 It is an abundant compound with almost a dozen of phases which crystallize with stoichiometries ranging from x = 1 (covellite) to x = 2 (chalcocite) and with band gaps covering the 1.3–2.4 eV range. Mitt, 19(1), 60–75 (1973), quoted in [77Pot]. Allg. Phase-Change Material Packaged within Hollow Copper Sulfide Nanoparticles Carrying Doxorubicin and Chlorin e6 for Fluorescence-Guided Trimodal Therapy of Cancer. A good example is a 2009 study of the ternary compound CuCo2S4[14] (a spinel mineral known as carrollite) that "was undertaken primarily to establish unequivocally the oxidation state of the Cu in the mineral" and concluded "that the experimental and simulated Cu L2,3 absorption spectra established an unequivocal oxidation state of CuI in the carrollite bulk". Geol., 65(6), 724–728 (1970). It exothermically dissolves in water to give the … Abh., 93, 87–132 (1959) in German. CuS, for example, can be written as Cu3(S2)S. Several nonstoichiometric compounds with Cu:S ratios between 1.0 and 1.4 also contain both monosulfide as well as disulfide ions. As exemplary cases of study, the insets in panels e, f and i report the corresponding indexed FFTs. Chem. Am. A. Phys. Answer Save. (Thermo; Compilation), 79Lar: J. M. Larrain, L. L. Sang, and H. H. Kellog, “Thermodynamic Properties of Cu-S Melts”,Can. (Equi Diagram; Experimental), 59Fre: G. Frenzel, “Idaite, a New Mineral, Natural Cu5FeS6”,Neues Jahrb. It is a moderate conductor of electricity. Phys. (Equi Diagram, Meta Phases; Experimental), 73Kin: L. G. King, A. D. Mah, and L. B. Pankratz, “Thermodynamic Properties of Cu and Its Inorganic Compounds”,Intl. u. Met. The pentahydrate, the most commonly encountered salt, is bright blue. (Meta Phases, Pressure; Experimental), 70Vai: F. C. Vaissiere: thesis, Montpellier, France (1970), quoted in [74Dum]. AEQO Submit Request Answer A Review | Constants Part Sulfur dioxide gas reacts with oxygen gas to form sulfur trioxide gas. The Cu-S (Copper-Sulfur) system. The naturally occurring mineral binary compounds of copper and sulfur are listed below. (Equi Diagram; Experimental; Information from this paper used in drawing evaluated phase diagrams) Part of Springer Nature. … (Thermo; Experimental), 51Hir: E. J. Hirahara, “Physical Properties of Cuprous Sulfide Semiconductors”,J. Three copper sulfide phases, Cu7S4, Cu1.9375S, Cu1.8S,and four copper telluride phases, Cu2Te, Cu3Te2, CuTe, Cu2.72Te2, were identified in the … Petrog. Monatsh, 2, 515–523 (1971). Neorg. Am. Mater. Merwin and R.H. Lombard, “The System Cu-Fe-S”,Econ. (Equi Diagram; Experimental), 41Bue1: N.W. 1 decade ago. Miner., 39, 504–509 (1954). The valence of copper in sulphides and selenides: An X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy study, Folmer J.C.W., Jellinek F., Journal of the Less Common Metals, 76, 1-2, ( 1980), 153-162, The electronic structure of pyrites, particularly CuS. Khim., 19, 2283–2285 (1974) in Russian; TR:Russ. Older names for this compound include blue vitriol, bluestone, vitriol of copper, and Roman vitriol. In the mining industry, the minerals bornite or chalcopyrite, which consist of mixed copper-iron sulfides, are often referred to as "copper sulfides". (Meta Phases; Experimental), 71Mor: N. Morimoto and A. Gyobu, “Composition and Stability of Digenite”,Am. Note 270–4, 141 (1969). Miner., 42, 257–265 (1973). Miner., 43, 228–242 (1958). Epub 2018 Dec 24. intermediate phases during phase transformation of CuS appears to be difficult due to the existence of many nonstoichiometric copper sulfides, such as djurleite (Cu 1.96 S), digenite (Cu 1.8 S), and anilite (Cu 1.75 S) in addition to the most stable covellite (CuS) and chalcocite (Cu 2 S) phases, especially (Crys Structure; Experimental), 65Kul: G. Kullerud, “Covellite Stability Relations in Cu-S System”,Freiber. (Meta Phases; Experimental), 73Gob: R. J. Goble and D. G. W. Smith,Can. (Crys Structure; Experimental), 76Bal: C. W. Bale and J. M. Toguri, “Thermodynamics of Cu-S, Fe-S and Cu-Fe-S Systems”,Can. Metallhuettenwes., 13, 313–322 (1960) in German. Olso, I. Mat.-Naturw. Standard deviations for (Crys Structure; Experimental), 54Kri: W. A. Krivsky, Ph. (Thermo; Compilation), 52Ruh: W. Ruhl, Diplomarbeit, Univ. The fabricated CuS@PU composite with 4 wt % doping of CuS nanodisks exhibits a phase change enthalpy of around 120 J/g, which is only 14% lower than that of the neat PU PCM. (Equi Diagram, Thermo; Experimental; Information from this paper used in drawing evaluated phase diagrams), 75Gor: S. S. Gorelik, A. N. Dubrovina, R. Kh. Bull., 71, 1911–1912 (1960). Metallhuettenwes., 13 , 313–322 (1960) in German. (Equi Diagram; Experimental), 38Smi: C.S. Spec. XIII. Buerger, “The Chalcocite Problem”,Econ. All methods confirmed that on thesurface of the polyamide film a layer of copper sulfide was formed. Known copper sulfides. Sci., 11(1), 58–62 (1979). Soc. It was initially thought to occur in nature as the dark indigo blue mineral covellite. Miner. Miner., 54, 1684–1710 (1969). The experiments were complemented by density-functional-theory-based calculations. In this Feature Article, we first introduce the optical properties of these p-type semiconductor nanostructures, particularly localized surface plasmon resonance (LSPR). Miner., 48, 110–213 (1963). Sb. Stand. J. Inorg. u. (Equi Diagram; Experimental), 72Cla: A. H. Clark, “Natural Occurrence of Hexagonal Cu1.83S in Rancagua, Chile”,Nature, 238(86), 123–124 (1972). Fac. Its crystal structure is analogous to that of pyrite, with all sulfur atoms occurring as S-S units. Answer Save. What is the balanced equation for: solid copper reacts with solid sulfur to form solid copper (I) sulfide.? Authors: R. … The sulfide phase compositions (Table 3) represent either a spot analysis or the average ofup to five spot analyses. Phys., 71(3), 407–414 (1974) in French. Express Your Answer As A Chemical Equation. Geol., 61, 641–672 (1966). (Equi Diagram, Meta Phases; Experimental; Information from this paper used in drawing evaluated phase diagrams), 67Rau: H. 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At 700°C, the sulfide melt will crystallize with a referred to as sulfide oxidation (for changes in metal va- (Cu1+xFe)S2 composition and a Cu/Fe of ∼1; bn bornite, iss interme- lence, we will use the … (Equi Diagram, Crys Structure; Experimental), 63Wil: H. Wilman, “Electron Diffraction Results on Thermal Transformations and Structures of Phases in Cu-S and Ag-S Systems”,Acta Cryst., 16(2), A182-A183 (1963). Miner., Spec. 24; 2; 247-258, Copper sulfides from Alberta; yarrowite Cu, The crystal structure of roxbyite, Cu58S32. Solid–Solid Phase Transformations Induced through Cation Exchange and Strain in 2D Heterostructured Copper Sulfide Nanocrystals By Don-Hyung Ha (1401625), Andrew H. Caldwell (1708288), Matthew J. Allg. (Thermo; Compilation), 68Sod: J. Sodi and J. F. Elliott, “Free Energy of Formation of Re-Sulfide”,Trans. B. Wagner and C. J. Wagner, “Investigations on Cuprous Sulfide”,J. R. W. Potter, II, “An Electrochemical Investigation of the System Cu-S”,Econ. Bur. Depending on their composition, these copper sulfides are either semiconductors or metallic conductors. Phys., 41(7), 3058–3063 (1970). Plasmonic copper sulfide-based colloidal nanocrystals (NCs) have attracted considerable attention due to their unique and versatile optical and electronic properties. Copper sulfide (Cu x S) was an extensively studied material with respect to solar cells in the 1960s and 1970s. Tsemekhman, “Phase Diagrams of Cu-S, Cu-Se and Cu-Te Systems”,Zh. (Thermo; Compilation), 62Mor: N. Morimoto, “Djurleite, a New Cu-Sulfide Mineral”,Miner. Joukoff, “On the Solubility of Cu-Sulfides in Cu-S at High Temperatures”,Metall. Copper sulfide nanoparticles with different phases have been prepared in aqueous solutions using a sonochemical approach. (Equi Diagram; Experimental), Indicates key paper77Pot: R. W. Potter, II, “An Electrochemical Investigation of the System Cu-S”,Econ. 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