Bismuth Oxide Nanoparticles
Bismuth oxide nanoparticles are yellow colored powder with the compound formula of Bi2O3. The molecular weight is 465.96 and the melting point is 817 °C (1,503 °F). Bismuth oxide is an irritating substance and may cause skin and eye discomfort. Bismuth shows high electrical resistance. The formation of Bismuth oxide particles goes through the gel to a crystalline state using X-ray diffraction (XRD). Its electrochemical applications in electrolyte or cathode of solid oxide fuel cells (SOFC) have changed the ways for many Experiments. Thin films made of these particles are of remarkable use in biomedical and cancer imaging and for other photoconductive qualities. Bismuth oxide nanoparticles are available in various forms including nanorods, nanopyramids, nanowhiskers, nanohorns, and additional nanostructures. They are developed in controlled laboratories to ensure high purity and outstanding outcomes. Along with the package, all the guidelines are also delivered to guarantee safety.