Synonyms for fese or Related words with fese

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Examples of "fese"
Anions such as selenite and selenate can be easily adsorbed on the positively charged surface of iron(II) hydroxide, where they are subsequently reduced by Fe. The resulting products are poorly soluble (Se, FeSe, or FeSe).
More selenium rich iron selenide phases are the γ phases (γ and γˈ), assigned the FeSe stoichiometry, and FeSe, which occurs as the marcasite-structure natural mineral feroselite, or the rare pyrite-structure mineral dzharkenite.
The highest critical temperatures in the iron-based superconductor family exist in thin films of FeSe,
Iron(II) selenide refers to a number of inorganic compounds of ferrous iron and selenide (Se). The phase diagram of the system Fe–Se reveals the existence of several non-stoichiometric phases between ~49 at. % Se and ~53 at. % Fe, and temperatures up to ~450 °C. The low temperature stable phases are the tetragonal PbO-structure (P4/nmm) β-FeSe and α-FeSe. The high temperature phase is the hexagonal, NiAs structure (P6/mmc) δ-FeSe. Iron (II) selenide occurs naturally as the NiAs-structure mineral achavalite.
In his honour, the (FESE) awards since 2000 the annual De La Vega Prize to ""young European researchers who distinguish themselves by outstanding research on the securities markets in Europe"".
On 26 November 2014, One Media iP Ltd was awarded second place for the European Small and Mid-Cap Awards in the category of 'Rising Star', issued by the FESE and EuropeanIssuers.
The word "Fernseh" is a short form of the German word "Fernsehapparat" meaning television. In German: "fern" means far, "seh" means see, and "apparat" means device/apparatus. The company was mainly known by its German abbreviation "FESE".
The Code of Conduct was agreed on 31 October 2006 by all members of the "Federation of European Securities Exchanges" (FESE), the "European Association of Central Counterparty Clearing Houses" (EACH) and the "European Central Securities Depositories Association" (ECSDA).
EuropeanIssuers organises the European Small and Mid-Cap Awards with FESE and the European Commission's Directorate-General for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs in order to encourage the growth of smaller companies' stock listing, particularly SMEs and growth companies. It has organised the awards ceremony and dinner since 2013 when the European Commission launched the project.
All new high-temperature superconducting materials discovered in the years 2001–2013 are heterostructures at atomic limit made of the active atomic layers: honeycomb boron layer in diborides, graphene in intercalated graphite, CoO atomic bbc monolayers in cobaltates, FeAs atomic fluorite monolayers in pnictides, FeSe atomic fluorite monolayers in selenides.
Orthorhombic ferroselite and its isometric polymorph dzharkenite are iron selenides of general formula FeSe precipitated under reducing conditions in anoxic environments. They are a source of selenium in the Rocky Mountains where selenium occurrence is associated with Upper Cretaceous shale deposits.
"β"-FeSe is the simplest iron-based superconductor but with the diverse properties. It starts to superconduct at 8 K at normal pressure but its critical temperature ("T") is dramatically increasing to 38 K under pressure and by means of intercalation. The combination of both intercalation and pressure results in re-emerging superconductivity at 48 (see and references therein).
It has been suggested that alternating layers of FeSe and CoSe (cobalt selenide) might boost "T" even further due to proximity effects, cobalt has been used in other pnictogen compounds as a substitute for iron and found to work as well.
Industrially, it is produced by treating elemental selenium at T > 300 °C with hydrogen gas. A number of routes to HSe have been reported, which are suitable for both large and small scale preparations. In the laboratory, HSe is usually prepared by the action of water on AlSe, concomitant with formation of hydrated alumina. A related reaction involves the acid hydrolysis of FeSe.
The 1837 expedition: In 1837 General Fese destroyed the village of Ashitla and then killed a number of fugitives who had fortified themselves at Old Akhulgo by blasting then with cannon from Surkhay’s Tower. Shamil viewed the ruins of Ashitla and this may have influenced him to improve the fortifications at New Akhulgo. See Murid War for details.
The Belgrade Stock Exchange (abbr. BELEX, ) is a stock exchange based in Belgrade, Serbia. The Stock exchange was founded in 1894 in the Kingdom of Serbia, after the King proclaimed the Stock exchange law of 1886. Currently, the Belgrade Stock Exchange is a full member of Federation of Euro-Asian Stock Exchanges (FEAS) and an associate member of Federation of European Securities Exchanges (FESE).
In 2013 it was reported that a single atomic layer of FeSe epitaxially grown on SrTiO is superconductive with a then-record transition temperature for iron-based superconductors of 70K. This discovery has attracted significant attention and in 2014 a superconducting transition temperature of over 100K was reported for this system.
1837, June: Fese’s Ashitla-Tilitl campaign: Akhmet Khan of Mekhtuli (?modern Dzhengutai, 33 km E), the temporary ruler of the Avar Khanate, fearing Shamil, arranged for the Russians to occupy Khunzakh. On 29 May 5000 Russians reached Khunzakh from Temir-Khan-Shura, having taken 20 days and building a road as they went. On 5 June Fese left Khunzakh for Shamil’s headquarters at Ashitla (9 km W on the Andi Koysu). Untsukul submitted and on 8 June he was on the Betl plateau overlooking Ashitla. Here he detached a battalion to deal with Tilitl (see below). The next day they crossed the Betl River and came to Ashitla which was occupied by 2000 Murids. The village was taken by 2PM with a good deal of house-to-house fighting, but the Russian losses were only 28 killed and 156 wounded. They counted 87 enemy dead, but many were probably carried away. No prisoners were taken. Some Murids retreated north of the river and some east to Old Akhulgo where many were killed and 78 taken prisoner. The vineyards and orchards around Ashitla were devastated. A fresh horde of mountaineers, said to be 12,000, appeared near Igali and Fese, around the 15th, performed a "strategic movement to the rear", losing 7 officers and 160 men. Meanwhile, Shamil was besieged in Tilitl(probably Teletl’, 37 km S). On 7 June he had made a sortie, both sides losing about 300 men, which was a significant share of their forces. Fese reached Tilitl on the 26 June. Tilitl had 600 houses, nine towers, steep slopes on three sides and a cliff behind. The towers were soon blasted by artillery and a general assault was made on 5 July. Half the village was gained with much slaughter and Shamil sent envoys to treat for peace. An agreement was made that neither side would attack the other, which amounted to a Russian recognition of Shamil’s sovereignty. Fese withdrew on the 7th and reached Khunzakh on the 10th. Fese’s withdrawal at a point of near victory is explained by the condition of his army. He had lost 1000 men, most of his horses and wagons, his soldiers needed boots and he was short of ammunition. Fese claimed he had won and Shamil presented his retreat as divine intervention. Shamil went north, surveyed the ruins of Ashitla and set about building a stronger fort at Akhulgo (9 km NW on the Andi Koysu).
It has also been found that some iron chalcogens superconduct. The undoped "β"-FeSe is the simplest iron-based superconductor but with the diverse properties. It has a critical temperature ("T") of 8 K at normal pressure, and 36.7 K under high pressure and by means of intercalation. The combination of both intercalation and pressure results in re-emerging superconductivity at 48 (see and references therein).
Michel Maquil sits on the board of the Luxembourg Banks and Bankers Association (ABBL) and the Association of the Luxembourg Fund Industry (ALFI). He belongs to various bodies of the Brussels-based Federation of European Securities Exchanges (FESE). He is also a delegate of the Luxembourg Stock Exchange to the General Assemblies of the Paris-based World Federation of Stock Exchanges. He belongs to a number of committees and working groups, set up by the Luxembourg financial regulator, the Commission for the Supervision of the Financial centre (CSSF), dealing with the organization and development of the Luxembourg financial centre.