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Bismuth Oxide Nanoparticles

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Bismuth Oxide Nanoparticles
Product No NRE-3007
CAS No. 1304-76-3
Formula Bi2O3
APS <100nm  (Can be Customized)
Purity 99.9%
Color yellow
Molecular Weight 465.96 g/mol
Density 8.9 g/cm3
Melting Point 820°C
Boiling Point NA

Bismuth Oxide Nanoparticles Applications:

Over 710 oC, liquefying bismuth oxide can disintegrate or break up metal oxides. The fundamental reason: the hardware business; weight touchy resistors; Capacitance of major doping materials; medication; counterfeit bone imaging; glass; Bismuth oxide in earthenware production can build the file of refraction of glass and essentially enhance the execution of clay material. It is the best substitute for “Lead Glaze”. Additionally, Catalysts; Disinfectants; Fireproofing papers and polymers; High nonlinear defenselessness materials; Magnets; Rubber; Solid electrolytes; Substitute for lead oxide in glass or porcelain; Vulcanization.

These are electrochemical applications such as electrolyte or cathode of solid oxide fuel cells, biomedical and oncology imaging and other photoconductive features in thin films.

Bismuth oxide occur as a yellow powder and are classified as irritants and can cause irritation to the skin, eyes and respiratory tract.

Bi2O3 Nanoparticles are used in paints and electrophoresis. It is also used as a substitute for lead oxide in bottles and ceramics. In particular, bismuth oxide nanoparticles based on these compounds are far superior to solid electrolytes than the well-known zirconia, as cubic .Bi2O3 exhibits the highest ionic potential among all ionic oxide ions. There is. The presence of small amounts of Bi2O3 Nanoparticles in calcined zinc oxide (ZnO) improves the indirect current-voltage characteristics used in varistor fabrication. Bismuth oxide itself also acts as a propylene substitute for hexadiene and is reabsorbed when -Al2O3 is supported. Electronic applications, varistors, liquids, agitators, high purity, controlled structures require small Bi2O3 Nanoparticles particle sizes. The usable surface area of ​​Bi2O3 limits its current applications, especially catalysis.