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Indium Nitrate Hydrate Powder

Indium Nitrate Hydrate Powder

Indium Nitrate Hydrate Powder
Product No NRE-11124
CAS No. 207398-97-8
Formula In(NO3)3 • xH2O
APS <40 µm (Can be Customized)
Purity 99.9%
Color Off-white
Molecular Weight 300.83 g/mol
Density NA
Melting Point NA
Boiling Point NA

Indium Nitrate Hydrate Powder

Indium nitrate hydrate powder, which is a compound composed of indium, nitrogen, and oxygen, has several applications in various fields. Some of its common applications include:

Semiconductor Industry: Indium nitrate hydrate powder is used in the manufacturing of semiconductors and electronics. It can be employed as a precursor in the production of indium-based thin films, which find applications in the production of transparent conducting electrodes and as a component in some types of solar cells.

Catalysis: It can serve as a catalyst in some chemical reactions due to its unique chemical properties. It finds applications in organic synthesis and various other catalytic processes.

Optics: Indium compounds are used in the production of lenses and other optical materials due to their optical transparency and unique refractive properties. Indium nitrate hydrate powder can contribute to the development of advanced optical materials.

Coatings: It can be used as a precursor for the production of specialized coatings with unique properties. These coatings can be employed in various industrial and commercial applications, such as in the automotive industry for producing coatings with specific reflective or conductive properties.

Research and Development: In(NO3)3 • xH2O powder is used in research laboratories for experimental purposes, particularly in materials science, chemistry, and engineering, due to its ability to form various complex compounds and materials.

Nanotechnology: It can be utilized in the development of nanomaterials and nanotechnology applications. Its unique properties make it a suitable candidate for the production of nanoparticles and nanocomposites with specific properties, which find applications in various fields including electronics, medicine, and energy.

Medical Applications: In some cases, indium compounds are explored for potential medical applications, including in imaging and as components in certain pharmaceuticals. Research continues into the potential use of indium compounds in medical diagnostics and therapy.