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Samarium Oxide Powder / Sm2O3 Powder (99.95%, 5um)

Samarium Oxide Powder

Samarium Oxide Powder
Product No NRE-10048
CAS No. 12060-58-1
Formula Sm2O3
Molecular Weight 348.72 g/mol
APS 5um(can be customized)
Purity 99.95%
Density 8.347 kg/m-3
Color Pale Yellow
Melting Point 2,335° C
Boiling Point 4,118° C

Samarium Oxide Powder

Samarium oxide is a highly insoluble thermostable samarium source, suitable for applications on glass, optics, and ceramics. The samarium oxide is prepared by thermal decomposition of samarium carbonate, nitrate, oxalate, or sulfate or by burning the metal in air or oxygen at a temperature above 150 ° C. Samarium oxide forms salts after evaporation and crystallization by purity high (99.999%) solution of samarium oxide powder (Sm2O3) in mineral acids. Samarium oxide is usually available immediately in most volumes. Compositions of high purity and high purity improve both optical quality and usefulness as scientific standards. Elemental powders and nanoscale suspensions can be considered as alternative forms of a high surface area. Samarium is used in laser applications and for its dielectric and filter properties in Nd: YAG solid-state lasers. Form stable titan compounds with useful dielectric properties. Oxide compounds are not conductive to electricity. However, some structured perovskite oxides are an electroconductive research application in the cathode of solid oxide fuel cells and in oxygen generation systems. The rare earth oxide compounds are basic anhydrides and, therefore, can react with acids and strong reducing agents in the oxidation-reduction reactions. They are compounds that contain at least one oxygen anion and a metal cation. Generally, they are insoluble in aqueous (water) and extremely stable solutions, so they are useful in simple ceramic structures such as producing clay pots for advanced electronic components and light structural components in aerospace and electrochemical applications such as fuel cells in which they exhibit ionic conductivity.