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Indium III Nitride Powder (InN309.XH2O, Purity: 99.99%)

Indium III Nitride Powder

Indium III-Nitride Powder
Product No NRE-11125
CAS No. 207398-97-8
Formula InN309.XH2O
Molecular Weight  300.83g/mol
APS <5 µm (can be customized)
Purity 99.99%
Density 7.17g/cm3
Color Yellowish/Off-White
Melting Point 1,910 °C
Boiling Point NA

Indium III-Nitride Powder

Indium III-Nitride powder is a compound with a range of potential applications owing to its unique properties. While the commercial applications of indium nitride are still in their early stages due to challenges in synthesis and production, research and development in this area continue to explore its potential in various fields. Some potential applications of indium nitride powder include:

Optoelectronics: Indium nitride has the potential for use in optoelectronic devices, such as light-emitting diodes (LEDs) and laser diodes. Its wide bandgap makes it suitable for applications requiring high-energy photons, such as in the development of blue and violet LEDs.

Solar Cells: Indium nitride has been investigated for its potential use in solar cells. Its unique properties, such as high electron mobility and optical absorption in the visible and ultraviolet regions, make it a promising candidate for next-generation solar cell technologies.

High-Speed Electronics: Indium nitride’s high electron mobility and high saturation velocity make it a potential candidate for high-speed electronics and high-frequency devices. These properties make it suitable for applications in high-frequency transistors and other high-speed electronic components.

Sensors: The unique electrical and optical properties of indium nitride make it a potential material for the development of sensors. It could be used in gas sensors, chemical sensors, and other types of sensors that require high sensitivity and stability.

Quantum Computing: Indium nitride’s potential for use in high-speed electronics and its ability to operate at high temperatures make it a potential material for quantum computing applications. Researchers are exploring its potential in the development of quantum bits (qubits) and other components for quantum computing systems.