How Can Tungsten Diiodide Clusters Be Used in Photodynamic Therapy?

Application of tungsten diiodide clusters in photodynamic therapy

Tungsten diiodide clusters are used as photosensitizers in photodynamic therapy. 


Application of Tungsten Diiodide Clusters in Interventional Radiology

Tungsten diiodide clusters are used in x-ray contrast agents

Tungsten diiodide clusters can be used as X-ray contrast agents in interventional radiology. Tungsten diiodide cluster is a general term for a certain number of tungsten diiodide atoms or molecules, with a high degree of photoluminescence, this property makes it an excellent material for X-ray contrast agents.


What Are the Differences Between Tungsten Diiodide Molecules and Tungsten Diiodide Clusters?

Macroscopic comparison of tungsten diiodide clusters and molecules

Tungsten diiodide molecules and clusters differ in structure and interaction force.


How to Remove Deuterium Isotopes from Tungsten-Based Materials?

the gradient concentration difference on both sides of the tungsten based material

Deuterium in tungsten-based materials can be removed by isotope replacement and thermal desorption. Tungsten-based material is a kind of tungsten-based alloy material composed of other elements, which has the characteristics of high melting point, high hardness, and high sputtering threshold, and is widely used in the field of nuclear fusion energy.


What Are the Chemical Properties of Tungsten Diiodide(III)?

The toxicity of tungsten diiodide clusters is harmful to the lungs

Tungsten diiodide is a class of inorganic compounds with a black powdery appearance that has the following chemical properties.


Does the Valence Electron Arrangement of Tungsten Follow Hund's Rule?

Zoning of transition metal elements where tungsten is located

The valence electron arrangement of tungsten does not follow hund's rules. Tungsten is one of the transition metal elements in the sixth period (second long period) of the periodic table of elements VIB group. Transition metal elements are obviously different from other elements because of their unfilled valence layer d orbitals based on the eighteen-electron rule.


What Are the Chemical Properties of Tungsten Diiodide(II)?

Tungsten is an important component of cemented carbide

Tungsten diiodide (chemical formula: WI2) is a kind of inorganic compound formed by the reaction of tungsten and iodine, which has the following chemical properties.


What Are the Chemical Properties of Tungsten Diiodide(I)?

Microscopic and macroscopic comparison of tungsten diiodide and tungsten hexafluoride

Tungsten diiodide (WI2) is an inorganic compound composed of the transition metal element tungsten and the halogen element iodine. It has many chemical properties, which will be described one by one below.


Analysis of the Toxicity of Tungsten Diiodide

Broken iodine tungsten bulb

A small amount of tungsten diiodide has low theoretical toxicity and will not harm health.


What Are the Precautions for the Installation and Use of Iodine Tungsten Lamp?

Do not touch the iodine tungsten lamp with hands

A tungsten iodide lamp is a kind of tungsten lamp filled with the halogen element iodine and belongs to a new generation of incandescent lamps In an iodine-tungsten lamp, the evaporation of iodine-tungsten circulating tungsten is effectively suppressed, and the problem of blackening glass shell is solved.Iodine tungsten lamp as a thermal radiation source has some potential safety hazards, so there are corresponding requirements and precautions for its installation and use.