Antimony tin oxide is an antimony compound and a blue inorganic solid. It has excellent electrical and optical properties. Utilizing good electrical conductivity, it is widely used as an antistatic agent in coatings, chemical fibers, polymer films and other fields.
Because of its high melting point, good thermal stability, high hardness, good wearability, high mechanical strength, high degree of electrical isolation, and corrosion resistance, it is widely used in the electronic and electric industry.
Germanium oxide is a dioxide of germanium and a white powder or colorless crystal. It’s the main commercial source of germanium. There are two variants, insoluble and soluble. The former is a colorless tetragonal prism, and the latter is a colorless hexagonal rhombic crystal.
Cerium oxide is a light yellow or reddish powder and an oxide of the rare-earth metal cerium. It's an important commercial product used as polishing materials, catalysts, ultraviolet absorbers and electronic ceramics, etc.
Bismuth oxide is heavy yellow powder or monoclinic crystal. It has no smell and is stable in the air. Besides, it is probably the most industrially important compound of bismuth, usually obtained as a by-product of the smelting of copper and lead ores.