Calcined Yttrium Oxide 99.9 %

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Description

GNPGraystar’s Yttrium Oxide is a white powder, insoluble in water, but soluble in acids.

This material data has been provided by GNPGraystar Specialty Materials.

All metrics apply to room temperature unless otherwise stated. SI units used unless otherwise stated.
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Ashby charts

Properties

General

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Loss on Ignition

1 %

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max., (1000°C/2 hrs)

Particle size D50

2.0 - 10.0 μm

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PSD

Specific surface area

2.0 - 12.0 m²/g

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Chemical properties

PropertyValueComment

Aluminium

0.025

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max. Al₂O₃

Calcium

0.006

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max. CaO

Iron

0.005

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max. Fe₂O₃

Other

0.1

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Total Remaining RE-Oxides

Potassium

0.006

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max. K₂O

Silicon

0.05

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max. SiO₂

Sodium

0.006

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max. Na₂O

Yttrium

99.9 %

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min. Y₂O₃

Technological properties

Property
Application areas

It is typically used in the manufacturing of mono and polycrystalline ferrite materials in the electronic industry, for the synthesis of gemstones, as a glass additive to increase the refractive index and reduce light dispersion in glass, such as camera lenses, for optical systems and lenses for extreme temperatures, for refractory and conductive ceramics, oxygen sensors for emission control, for the production of ceramic pigments, as well as pole impregnation in batteries, lasers, and accumulators.