Catalysis, superconductors, ceramics and other fields as an important inorganic materials; As catalyst and catalyst carrier and the electrode active material; For glass, porcelain colorants and pigments; Chemical industry oxidant and a catalyst for organic synthesis
|Cobalt Oxide MicroPowder|
|Molecular Weight||240.80 g/mol|
|APS||2.5um(can be customized)|
|Melting Point||895 °C (1643 °F)|
|Boiling Point||900 °C (1652 °F)|
Cobalt Oxide MicroPowder (Co3O4) Applications:
Catalysts, superconductors, ceramics and other fields as important inorganic materials; As catalyst and catalyst support and active electrode material; For glass, dyes and porcelain pigments; Oxidizer of the chemical industry and catalyst for organic synthesis; Older glasses and other filter materials; carbide; Temperature and gas sensors; For the semiconductor industry, electronic ceramics, lithium-ion battery electrode materials, magnetic materials; Electrochromic devices; enamels; Abrasive wheels; Heterogeneous catalysts; Absorbers of solar energy.
Cobalt oxide (II) or cobalt monoxide are inorganic compounds that appear as olive or red crystals, or as a gray or black powder. It is widely used in the ceramic industry as an additive to create blue enamels and enamels, as well as in the chemical industry to produce cobalt (II) salts.
Cobalt oxide (II) has been used for centuries as a dye in oven ceramics. The additive provides an intense blue tone called cobalt blue. The space between the bands (CoO) is about 2.4 eV.  It is also used in cobalt blue glass.