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Calcium Zirconate Powder

Calcium Zirconate Powder

Calcium Zirconate Powder
Product No NRE-11055
CAS No. 12013-47-7
Formula CaZrO3
Molecular Weight 179.3002 g/mol
APS <40  μm(can be customized)
Purity 99.9%
Solubility Soluble in Nitric acid
Density 4.78 g/cm3
Melting Point 2250-2550°C
Boiling Point NA

Calcium Zirconate Powder

Calcium zirconate (CaZrO3) powder, a type of zirconate compound, has various applications in different fields. Some of its notable applications include:

Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFCs): CaZrO3 powder is used as an electrolyte material in solid oxide fuel cells due to its high oxygen ion conductivity and chemical stability at high temperatures. It helps in enhancing the performance and efficiency of fuel cells.

Ceramic Industry: Due to its excellent thermal stability, high melting point, and chemical resistance, calcium zirconate powder is used in the ceramic industry. It can be employed in the production of high-temperature ceramics, ceramic pigments, and refractory materials.

Thermal Barrier Coatings (TBCs): CaZrO3 powder is used as a material for thermal barrier coatings, which are applied to components in gas turbines, diesel engines, and other high-temperature environments. These coatings help in reducing the operating temperature of the coated components, thereby extending their lifespan.

Catalysts: It is also used as a catalyst in various chemical processes, including the production of hydrogen, ammonia, and other chemicals. Its stability and catalytic properties make it suitable for these applications.

Electroceramics: CaZrO3 powder is used in the production of various electroceramic components, such as capacitors, resonators, and dielectric resonators. Its dielectric properties make it suitable for these electronic applications.

Advanced Ceramics: It is utilized in the production of advanced ceramics used in various high-temperature applications, including aerospace components, cutting tools, and wear-resistant parts.

Medical Applications: Calcium zirconate powder has been investigated for potential biomedical applications such as bone graft materials and dental applications due to its biocompatibility and ability to bond with bone tissue.