Home » Yttrium Oxide Nanoparticles (Y2O3, Purity: 99.9%, APS: 20-40nm)
|Product||Yttrium Oxide Nanopowder|
|Molecular Weight||225.81 g/mol||Confirm|
|Melting Point||2425 °C||Confirm|
|Boiling Point||4300 °C||Confirm|
|Solubility||Insoluble in water|
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Yttrium oxide or yttria is one of the most important stable or rare-earth compounds with a very wide range of important applications. For the production, some synthesis methods play an important role in the required size and morphology of nanoparticles as the main controlling factors for each application. Yttrium oxide, as an important member among rare-earth compounds, has been actively studied in recent years. It is one of the most promising elements for the fabrication of optoelectronic devices and chemical catalysis.
For the preparation of yttrium oxide nanoparticles, several methods have been suggested such as chemical precipitation, sol-gel, electrothermal decomposition, solvothermal, hydrothermal, combustion synthesis, sonochemical methods, reverse micelle method, microwave hydrothermal, microwave solvothermal and microwave combustion methods. It is being considered for biological applications because of its high thermal, mechanical, and chemical stability, high corrosion resistance, and low toxicity.
In the field of materials science, Yttrium oxide nanoparticles find a number of applications such as imparting color to the television picture tubes. These are also used in the making of plasma and flat panel displays. The property of red light emission is utilized in making fluorescent lamps and they are also used as additives in the coatings used in high-temperature applications, paints, and plastics for guarding against UV degradation. Moreover, these are also employed also for making permanent magnets. In ultrafast sensors that are used in g-ray and x-rays. Some of the other applications include additives in steel, non-ferrous alloys, and iron.
In the field of materials science, these particles find a number of applications such as imparting color to the television picture tubes. Yttrium oxide nanoparticles are also used in the making of plasma and flat panel displays. Yttrium iron garnets which are derived from yttrium oxide are used as powerful microwave filters. Yttrium oxide is a vital starting point in the inorganic synthesis of compounds.
Yttrium oxide nanoparticles are also used as additives in the coatings used in high-temperature applications, paints, and plastics for guarding against UV degradation and also in making permanent magnets. It is also used in ultrafast sensors that are used in g-ray and x-rays. Some of the other applications include additives in steel, non-ferrous alloys, and iron.
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