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Polycrystalline films of bismuth triiodide are used as beta direct and digital detectors for medical imaging applications. Bismuth(III) iodide is used as an ice nucleant. It is also used in electron microscopy to reveal synapses. Addition of bismuth triiodide has been shown to improve the glass forming ability and thermal stability of Ge-Te-BiI(3) chalcogenide glasses. Solution-processable BiI3 nanosheets have been shown to exhibit the potential to be used as HTLs (Hole Transport Layer) in conventional OPV (organic photovoltaic) devices.
Boopathi, K. M.; Raman, S.; Mohanraman, R.; Chou, F. -C.; Chen, Y. -Y.; Lee, C. H.; Chang, F. C.; Chu, C. W. Solution-processable bismuth iodide nanosheets as hole transport layers for organic solar cells. Sol. Energy Mater. Sol. Cells 2014, 121, 35-41.
Jia, R. R.; Wu, C. P.; Wu, S.; Yang, Y. X.; Chen, Y. R.; Jia, Y. Q. Synthesis and characterization of aspartic acid complexes of antimony and bismuth triiodide. Amino Acids 2006, 31 (1), 85-90.
Li, H.; Wang, M.; Huang, S.; Liu, J.; Lin, X.; Chen, Z. Preparation and Characterization of Two Bismuth(III) Iodide Inorganic/Organic Hybrid Solids. Synth. React. Inorg. M. 2011, 41 (10), 1351-1357.
Sun, J.; Nie, Q.; Wang, X.; Dai, S.; Xu, T.; Wang, G. Glass formation and properties of Ge-Te-BiI3 far infrared transmitting chalcohalide glasses. Spectrochim. Acta Part A 2011, 79 (5), 904-908.
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