Selenium’s resistance to the flow of electricity is greatly affected by the amount of light shining on it. The brighter the light, the better selenium conducts electricity. This property has made selenium useful in devices that respond to the intensity of light, such as electric eyes, photocells, light meters for cameras and copiers. Selenium can also produce electricity directly from sunlight and is used in solar cells. Selenium is also a semiconductor and is used in some types of solid-state electronics as well as in rectifiers, devices which convert alternating current electricity into direct current electricity. In addition to its use in electrical devices, selenium is also used to make a ruby-red colour in glasses and enamels, as a photographic toner and as an additive to stainless steel.
Composition: Selenium Lump 99.999%
Common Metallic Impurities: Trace metals basis
Physical Description: 3mm Pellets
Packaging: Packed in sealed polythene bags and supplied in securely sealed metal drums, resist-ant to the impregnation of water
Certificate of Analysis (COA): Available upon request