|Product||Aluminium Oxide Dispersion|
|Molecular Weight||101.96 g/mol||Confirm|
|Crystal Structure and Type||Gamma||Confirm|
|Concentration||20 wt% (Available as per Customer requirement)|
|Dispersing Agent||Organic Solvent (DMF), IPA Ethanol, Water (ddH2O)|
|Quality Control||Each Lot of Aluminum Oxide Dispersion was tested successfully|
|Main Inspect Verifier||Manager QC|
Typical Chemical Analysis
Aluminum Oxide Dispersion in soluble in the organic solvent non polar diethyl-ether, ethanol mineral acid. Aluminium oxide has evolved rapidly and found many high technology application. Aluminium oxide used in the fields of electronic devices, energy conversion, sensors and medicine.
Aluminum Oxide Dispersion, The thin films of Copper aluminum oxide with p type and N type behavior use as chemical gas sensors. Copper aluminum oxide thin films with proper resistance can be successfully applied as P and N type resistive gas sensors for zone detection.
Aluminum Oxide Dispersion, with a high enthalpy of combustion, is commonly used in rocket propellant formulations. However, aluminum oxide may rapidly form when aluminum surfaces are exposed in air, especially superfine aluminum particles. Due to their chemical and thermal durability, silica coatings are of interest for protection of materials against oxidation, such as iron, carbon fibers and Co.
Aluminum Oxide Dispersion-based, particulate-reinforced metal matrix composites (AMMCs) have been the most popular among the composite materials due to their low density and isotropic properties in addition to the superior mechanical, thermal and electrical properties. AMMCs have a more inhomogeneous structure than alloys due to presence of reinforcing particles. Such an inhomogeneous structure can enhance the pitting corrosion susceptibility, as well as cause a preferential dissolution of the interface between the matrix and the reinforcing particles.
Aluminum Oxide Dispersion, with a high enthalpy of combustion, is commonly used in rocket propellant formulations. However, aluminum oxide may rapidly form when aluminum surfaces are exposed in air, especially superfine aluminum particles. The Al2O3 layer generally does not constructively contribute to the uses for the metal and is often considered “dead weight”, whose reduction or elimination would enhance the energy of the aluminum.
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