|Terbium (III) Fluoride (TbF3)||13708-63-9||Inquiry|
|Terbium (III) Fluoride (TbF3) is a white powder, insoluble in water, and moderately soluble in strong mineral acids.
Terbium Fluoride is used in special lasers and as a dopant in solid-state devices and has an important role as an activator for green phosphors used in color TV tubes. Terbium is used as a dopant in Calcium Fluoride, Calcium Tungstate, and Strontium Molybdate, Terbium 'green' phosphors (which fluoresce a brilliant lemon-yellow) are combined with divalent Europium blue phosphors and trivalent Europium red phosphors to provide the 'trichromatic' lighting technology which is by far the largest consumer of the world's Terbium supply. Trichromatic lighting provides much higher light output for a given amount of electrical energy than incandescent lighting. It is also used in alloys and in the production of electronic devices.
|Neodymium (III) Fluoride (NdF3)||13709-42-7||Inquiry|
|Neodymium (III) Fluoride Powder is a high-purity crystalline compound known for its excellent optical and magnetic properties. It features a fine powder form with a light pinkish color. This neodymium fluoride powder is widely used in industries such as optics, electronics, and catalysts due to its unique characteristics. Its exceptional performance and versatility make it a valuable material for various applications.|
|Scandium Fluoride (ScF3)||13709-47-2||Inquiry|
|Scandium Fluoride, also known as Scandium Trifluoride, is a crystalline ionic compound. It is slightly soluble in water.|
|Yttrium Fluoride (YF3)||13709-49-4||Inquiry|
|Yttrium Fluoride, also known as Yttrium Trifluoride, is a crystalline ionic compound. Yttrium Fluoride is widely used as an optical material.
Yttrium Fluoride is widely applied in metallurgy, ceramics, glass, and electronics. High purity grades are the most important materials for tri-bands Rare Earth phosphors and, which are very effective microwave filters. Yttrium Fluoride also can be used for the production of metallic Yttrium, thin films, glasses, and ceramics. Yttrium is used in the production of a large variety of synthetic garnets, and Yttria is used to make Yttrium Iron Garnets, which are very effective microwave filters.
|Thulium (III) Fluoride (TmF3)||13760-79-7||Inquiry|
|Thulium fluoride is a white powder with no odor, insoluble in water. It is a water-insoluble Thulium source for use in oxygen-sensitive applications, such as metal production. Thulium Fluoride has specialized uses in ceramics, glass, phosphors, and lasers, also is an important dopant for fiber amplifiers and as raw material for making Thulium Metal and alloys. Thulium Fluoride is a water-insoluble Thulium source for use in oxygen-sensitive applications, such as metal production. Fluoride compounds have diverse applications in current technologies and science, from oil refining and etching to synthetic organic chemistry and the manufacture of pharmaceuticals.|
|Ytterbium Fluoride (YbF3)||13760-80-0||Inquiry|
|Ytterbium Fluoride (YbF3), also known as Ytterbium trifluoride, is a crystalline ionic compound. It is slightly soluble in water. Ytterbium Fluoride is widely used in fluoride glass.
Ytterbium Fluoride Powder is a fine crystalline compound known for its unique properties and applications. It exhibits excellent optical and electrical characteristics, making it suitable for various industries. The powder has a light yellowish color and a fine particle size.
|Samarium (III) Fluoride (SmF3)||13765-24-7||Inquiry|
|Samarium (III) Fluoride (SmF3), or samarium trifluoride, is a crystalline ionic compound that is slightly hygroscopic. It is widely used as Laboratory reagents, optical fiber doping, laser materials, fluorspar light-emitting materials, optical fiber, optical coating materials, and electronic materials.
Samarium Fluoride has specialized uses in glass, phosphors, lasers, and thermoelectric devices. Samarium-doped Calcium Fluoride crystals were used as an active medium in one of the first solid-state lasers designed and constructed. One of the most important applications of Samarium. For example, cobalt magnets, which have a nominal composition of SmCo5 or Sm2Co17. These magnets are found in small motors, headphones, and high-end magnetic pickups for guitars and related musical instruments.
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