Synonyms for agte or Related words with agte

aggete              insbse              cugete              agsbte              zngete              insetl              insetlco              sbtese              getesn              gasetege              snte              cosb              gesnte              insete              agse              gebite              tegesnau              ausb              sbsete              insbte              znsb              geteti              sntese              mnte              sesnte              getesnau              znsip              cuges              gasecuinsegasegase              gatese              teteo              gesnsbte              tegeas              sbte              getesno              snge              gagesb              sbge              cugas              ingase              snse              cdgep              cdzn              tegesno              tesnse              gesbtes              gesega              pbsnte              cdgeas              gesbsete             

Examples of "agte"
Stützite (AgTe) and empressite (AgTe) are related silver telluride minerals.
Stützite or stuetzite is a silver telluride mineral with formula: AgTe (with x = 0.24 to 0.36) or AgTe.
Empressite is a mineral form of silver telluride, AgTe.
Silver telluride (AgTe) is a chemical compound, a telluride of silver, also known as disilver telluride or silver(I) telluride. It forms a monoclinic crystal. In a wider sense, "silver telluride" can be used to denote AgTe (silver(II) telluride, a metastable compound) or AgTe.
One of the better known authors who was closely associated with HIAG is Patrick Agte. He wrote "Jochen Peiper: Commander Panzerregiment Leibstandarte" and "Michael Wittmann and the Waffen SS Tiger Commanders of the Leibstandarte in World War II"; the first book was referred to as a "hagiography" by Parker, while Agte himself was described as a neo-Nazi by the Swedish scholar .
BeTe, BiTe, CdTe, (Cd,Zn)Te, (CH)Te, (Hg,Cd)Te, PbTe, HgTe, (Hg,Zn)Te, AgTe, SnTe, ZnTe, HOTeF, HTeO, NaTeO, TeO, TeF, TeF.TeCl
Hessite is a mineral form of disilver telluride (AgTe). It is a soft, dark grey telluride mineral which forms monoclinic crystals.
Recent crystallographic analysis has confirmed that empressite is a distinct mineral with orthorhombic crystal structure, different from the hexagonal AgTe with which empressite has been commonly confused in mineralogy literature.
Silver telluride is a semiconductor which can be doped both n-type and p-type. Stochoimetric AgTe has n-type conductivity. On heating silver is lost from the material.
At the same time, empressite does not appear on the equilibrium Ag-Te phase diagram, and therefore it is only metastable at ambient conditions. Given infinite time, it would phase separate into pure AgTe and pure Te.
Hess's investigation of minerals included the analysis of silver telluride (AgTe), which was named Hessite in his honour. He also discovered that the oxidation of sugars yielded saccharic acid.
Until HIAG's dissolution in 1992, Munin-Verlag published 57 titles. The authors included Patrick Agte; Willi Fey, Albert Frey; Paul Hausser; Otto Kumm; Rudolf Lehmann; Hubert Meyer; Eberhard Wolfgang Möller; Richard Schulze-Kossens; Franz Schreiber; Hans Stöber; Peter Strassner; Ralf Tiemann (Wilhelm Mohnke's adjutant); ; Karl Ullrich; Otto Weidinger, among others.
Silver(I) sulfide, AgS, is very readily formed from its constituent elements and is the cause of the black tarnish on some old silver objects. It may also be formed from the reaction of hydrogen sulfide with silver metal or aqueous Ag ions. Many non-stoichiometric selenides and tellurides are known; in particular, AgTe is a low-temperature superconductor.
Wittmann is often featured in the books on the battles in Normandy. Several websites are dedicated to him, along with books written by authors such as Patrick Agte and Franz Kurowski. The former is an author and publisher affiliated with the Waffen-SS lobby group HIAG, while the latter is a prolific author who wrote non-peer reviewed wartime chronicles of highly decorated Waffen-SS men.
Smelser and Davies contend that some of the better known or prolific authors in the Waffen-SS revisionist tradition include Agte, who wrote hagiographic accounts on Jochen Peiper, Michael Wittmann and other Waffen-SS men, and Franz Kurowski, who provided numerous non-peer reviewed wartime chronicles of Waffen-SS units and highly decorated men. Critics have been dismissive of his works, describing them as "Landser-pulp" ("soldier-pulp") literature and "laudatory texts", that focus on hero-making at the expense of the historical truth. Another popular author, Mark Yerger, published 11 books up to 2008, mostly through Schiffer Publishing.
Historians Ronald Smelser and Edward J. Davies, in their 2008 work "The Myth of the Eastern Front", characterise Kurowski as one of the principal Wehrmacht and Waffen-SS "gurus", or authors popular among the readers who romanticize the German war effort on the Eastern Front, and in particular the Waffen-SS, alongside authors such as Richard Landwehr, an ardent admirer of the Waffen-SS, and the far-right writer and publisher Patrick Agte. The book describes the gurus as authors who "have picked up and disseminated the myths of the Wehrmacht in a wide variety of popular publications that romanticize the German struggle in Russia".
Many metal tellurides are known, including some telluride minerals. These include natural gold tellurides, like calaverite and krennerite (AuTe), and sylvanite (AgAuTe). Commercially, the tellurides are minor ores of gold, although they comprise the major naturally occurring compounds of gold. (A few other natural compounds of gold, such as the bismuthide maldonite (AuBi) and antimonide aurostibite (AuSb), are known). Although the bonding in such materials is often fairly covalent, they are described casually as salts of Te. Using this approach, AgTe is derived from Ag and Te.
In addition to Kurowski, the publishing house printed works by authors such as Patrick Agte (closely associated with the post-war Waffen-SS lobby group HIAG), former Nazi propagandist Paul Carell and Marc Rikmenspoel, a leading apologist for the Waffen-SS. It brought to the English-speaking audiences multiple works by former Waffen-SS members, such as Hubert Meyer, Rudolf Lehmann, Kurt "Panzer" Meyer, Otto Weidinger, and Karl Ullrich, among others. Their publications included memoirs by former Wehrmacht "Heer" (army) personnel, such as Otto Carius, a famous "panzer ace", and Helmuth Spaeter of the Division Grossdeutschland. Many of the Fedorowicz titles were subsequently made available to a wider audience by mass market and specialty publishers such as Ballantine Books and Stackpole Books.
"Der Freiwillige" was still being published in the 2000s. At some point, "Der Freiwillige" and the Munin Verlag publishing business had been taken over by Patrick Agte, a right-wing author and publisher. Regional HIAG chapters continued to exist through the 2000s, at least one into the 2010s. These groups worked to maintain momentum through the recruitment of younger generations and through outreach to foreign veterans of the Waffen-SS, aided by the continued publication of "Der Freiwillige". "[Its] acclaimed aim, today [2014], is to link older and younger generations in a common cause," note the historians Steffen Werther and Madeleine Hurd. The publication's predominant theme continued to be "Europe against Bolshevism", with several editorials devoted to the idea that the Waffen-SS laid the foundation for the unification of Europe, expansion of NATO and "freedom of Fatherlands", as stated in one of the issues.
Among several solid electrolytes described in the 19th and early 20th century, α-AgI, the high-temperature crystalline form of silver iodide, is widely regarded as the most important one. Its electrical conduction was characterized by Carl Tubandt and E. Lorenz in 1914. Their comparative study of AgI, AgCl and AgBr demonstrated that α-AgI, is thermally stable and highly conductive between 147 and 555 °C; the conductivity weakly increased with temperature in this range and then dropped upon melting. This behavior was fully reversible and excluded non-equilibrium effects. Tubandt and Lorenz described other materials with a similar behavior, such as α-CuI, α-CuBr, β-CuBr, and high-temperature phases of AgS, AgSe and AgTe. They associated the conductivity with cations in silver and cuprous halides and with ions and electrons in silver chalcogenides.