Above 710 oC, melting bismuth oxide can erode or dissolve metal oxides. The main purpose: the electronics industry; pressure-sensitive resistors; Capacitance of major doping materials; medicine; artificial bone imaging; glass; Bismuth oxide in ceramics can increase the index of refraction of glass
|Aluminum Hydroxide Al(OH)3 Nanoparticles 20wt% Ethanol Dispersion|
|Molecular Weight||78.003558 g/mol|
|APS||<10nm (can be customized)|
|Solubility in water||0.0001 g/100 mL|
|Solvent||Ethanol (As Per Requirement)|
Aluminum Hydroxide Al(OH)3 Nanoparticles 20wt% Ethanol Dispersion
Use as a fire retardant–Aluminium hydroxide also finds use as a fire retardant filler for polymer applications in a similar way to magnesium hydroxide and hydromagnesite. It decomposes at about 180 °C, absorbing a considerable amount of heat in the process and giving off water vapor. In addition to behaving as a fire retardant, it is very effective as a smoke suppressant in a wide range of polymers, most especially in polyesters, acrylics, ethylene vinyl acetate, epoxies, PVC, rubber; The major other uses of aluminum hydroxide is as a feedstock for the manufacture of other aluminum compounds: specialty calcined aluminas, aluminum sulfate, polyaluminium chloride, aluminum chloride, zeolites, sodium aluminate, activated alumina, aluminum nitrate. Annual production is some 100 million tonnes, over 90% of which is converted to aluminum oxide (alumina) which is used in the manufacture of aluminum metal; Pharmacologically, this compound is used as an antacid under names such as Alu-Cap, Aludrox or Pepsamar. The hydroxide reacts with excess acid in the stomach, reducing its acidity.
Aluminum Hydroxide Nanopowder Al(OH)3 Dosage:
The recommended dosage is usually 1 to 5%, users should be based on different systems to test, and then determine the best dosage for the best use.