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Calcium Lanthanum Sulfide (CaLa2S4, Purity: 99.9%, APS: 40-50µm)

Calcium Lanthanum Sulfide
Product No NRE-11050
CAS 12525-03-0
Purity 99.9%
APS <50 µm (can be customized)
Formula CaLa2S4
Molecular Weight 446.15 g/mol
Density NA
Color White
Melting Point NA
Boiling Point ‎NA

Calcium Lanthanum Sulfide Powder

Calcium Lanthanum Sulfide (CaLa2S4) is a compound that belongs to the group of lanthanide sulfides. This material has several potential applications in various fields due to its unique properties. Some of the applications include:

Scintillator Materials: CaLa2S4 has been investigated for its potential use in scintillator materials. Scintillators are used in radiation detection and imaging systems, including medical imaging, security screening, and environmental monitoring. These materials can convert high-energy radiation into visible light, enabling the detection and measurement of radiation.

Optoelectronics: The unique optical properties of CaLa2S4 make it a promising candidate for use in optoelectronic devices. It can be utilized in the development of light-emitting diodes (LEDs), photodetectors, and other devices that require efficient light emission and detection.

Photocatalysis: Some studies have explored the potential of Calcium Lanthanum Sulfide in photocatalytic applications. Photocatalysis is a process that uses light to initiate chemical reactions. This compound’s properties can be harnessed for applications such as water splitting, hydrogen production, and environmental remediation.

Phosphors: Calcium Lanthanum Sulfide can be used as a phosphor material. Phosphors are substances that exhibit luminescence when exposed to radiation. They are commonly used in fluorescent lamps, cathode-ray tubes, and other devices where light emission is required.

Solar Energy: The compound’s optoelectronic properties make it potentially useful in solar energy conversion applications, such as in the development of solar cells. It can be used to enhance the absorption of light and improve the efficiency of solar energy conversion.