Transparent / translucent conductive anti-static coating; As a conductive film liquid on crystal display (LCD); Touch-type display; CRT anti-radiation (EMI, RMI) protection of high-transmittance microscope;
AZO Powder / AZO MicroPowder / ZnO Doped with Metal Aluminum
|AZO Powder / AZO MicroPowder / ZnO Doped with Metal Aluminum|
|Product No.||CAS No.||Formula||Molecular Weight||APS||Purity||Color||Morphology|
|NRE-3133||1314-13-2||ZnO||81.38 g/mol||<40 um (Can be Customized)||99%||milky white||Irregular|
|Melting Point||1975 °C|
|Boiling Point||1800 °C|
Conductive transparent / translucent conductive antistatic coating; As a liquid conductive film on a glass (LCD) screen; Touchscreen; CRT radiation shield (EMI, RMI) high transmittance microscope; Energy saving and privacy protection with switched glass transmission in mode (Switch Glasses); Automotive buildings and windows; sensor; Anti-reflective film; As anti-fog and heating panels in the boreal regions; As a conductive film for optoelectronic components; As an electrode for organic light-emitting diodes.
Zinc oxide is an inorganic compound with the ZnO formula. ZnO is a white powder that is insoluble in water and is widely used as an additive in many materials and products including rubber, plastics, ceramics, glass, cement, lubricants, paints, ointments, adhesives, sealants, pigments, foods, batteries, ferrites, flame retardants, and first aid strips. Although naturally occurring as zinc ore, most of the zinc oxide is produced synthetically.
ZnO is a broadband semiconductor of the II-VI semiconductor group. The native doping of the semiconductor due to vacations of oxygen or interstitial zinc is of type n. This semiconductor has several favorable properties including good transparency, high electron mobility, high bandwidth and strong luminescence at room temperature. These properties are useful in emerging applications: transparent electrodes with liquid crystal displays, windows or thermal energy-saving protection, and electronics such as thin-film transistors and light-emitting diodes.