Bismuth Oxide Powder

Bismuth Oxide Powder

2023-01-29 15:50:03  News

The crystalline form of bismuth is Bismuth Oxide. It is produced from a variety of sources. Typically, it is produced by extracting lead and copper from ores.

Bismuth oxide is used in a number of applications. It is mainly used in the electronic industry for manufacturing ceramic dielectric capacitors. In addition, it is used in optical coatings and gas sensors.

Moreover, it is also used as an analytic reagent. As a result, it can cause irritation to the eyes, respiratory tract and skin. Therefore, it is classified as an irritant.

Bismuth oxide is characterized by a light yellow crystalline form. It is available in pellets, sputtering targets and pieces. During storage, it should be stored in a dry, cool, and sealed environment.

A high-temperature metastable face-centered cubic d phase is widely studied. This type of bismuth oxide has a high ion conductivity, which attracts great attention.

Another important compound of bismuth is bismuth trioxide. It is a stable, yellow solid that is practically insoluble in water.

Bismuth oxide is used in the electronics and semiconductor industries for making ceramic and optoelectronic components. However, it is not very stable at high temperatures.

Bismuth oxide is a highly versatile material. It can be used in many types of applications, such as atomic layer deposition, physical vapor deposition and chemical vapor deposition. Also, it can be applied to metal-organic and metallic-organic evaporation.

Generally, bismuth oxide powder has two kinds of crystal structures. The a-type is a monoclinic crystal system with a relative density of 8.9. And the b-type has a cubic crystal system with a relative density of 8.55.


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