|Description||Selenium is a trace element in Earth's crust. Modern uses for selenium include energy-efficient windows that limit heat transfer and thin-film photovoltaic cells that convert solar energy into electricity.|
|Originators||Stillings, Lisa L., Schulz, Klaus J. (Editor), DeYoung, John H. Jr. (Editor), Seal, Robert R. II (Editor), Bradley, Dwight C. (Editor)|
|Publication||U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 1802
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