Zinc, Selenium, Germanium and Copper “Analog Computer Alloy” I am now testing

So I smelted up this alloy of Se/Ge and Zn/Cu in molar ratios that follow roughly 1.1975807343:0.1975807343 and then again that (*) times that ratio as metal to total moles of semiconductor. Believe it or not this one works on my stovetop and it crystallized well and I was able to polish it. A very hard, just slightly ductile alloy. Very scratch-resistant. I am planning to do some electrical conductivity meters and etc in further experiments and will post again when I find out if this material in circuit has any obviously useful or controllable vibrations.

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