Gadolinium Oxide Nanoparticles
Gadolinium oxide is an inorganic compound that can result in eye irritation. Its nanoparticles appear in white powder form. The chemical composition is 86.75% ís Gadolinium and rest is oxygen, hence the compound formula is Gd2O3. It starts to melt at temperature 2420 °C. Physical properties include the density of 7.10 g/cm3 and a molar mass of 362.5 g/mol. Gadolinium Oxide Nanoparticles are formed by the precipitation of the hydroxide via the effect of gadolinium ions with hydroxide, and then thermal dehydration to the oxygen. These nanoparticles are coated with a guarding material to avoid the formation of bigger polycrystalline aggregates. Nanoparticles of Gadolinium Oxide are used in the electrical industry in many forms. It is also widely used in the display panels of plasma and optical glass and as a UV detector. Furthermore, we are proud to offer its numerous forms and sizes. Other details regarding price and packaging are open to discuss.