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|CAS NO:||1306-38-3||HS Code:||2846101000|
|EINECS:||215-150-4||Properties:||Light Yellow, Brown Or White Powder; Insoluble In Water; Moderately Soluble In Strong Mineral Acids.|
|Molecular Weight:||172.115||Stability:||Stable, But Absorbs Carbon Dioxide From The Air.|
|Molecular Formula:||CeO2||Storage:||Keep Sealed And Store In Dry Places|
Ceric Oxide Rare Earth Oxides Cerium Oxide CeO2 CAS 1306-38-3 Light Yellow
The physical and chemical properties of cerium oxide are greatly dependent on its own microstructure, such as particle size, crystal form, specific surface area, etc. The cerium oxide material with nano-scale porous structure can not only meet the requirements of high-efficiency adsorption materials for its own microstructure, but also increase the surface catalytic active sites by increasing the specific surface area, thereby improving the catalytic performance of cerium oxide.
The normal particle size of cerium oxide is D50: 15-22um, we can produce multiple particle size CeO2, such as 50un, 50-100um, 100-200um, 0.5-1um, 2-3um, and big than 50um particle size cerium oxide.
The normal specific surface area of cerium oxide is 2-10m2/g, we can produce multiple specific surace area CeO2, such as <2m2/g, >50m2/g >80m2/g cerium oxide.
The normal specific gravity of cerium oxide is 7.1g/cm3, bulk density is 1.2-1.3kg/m, we can produce cerium oxide with a specific gravity more than 1.5
Synonyms: Cerium Oxide; Ceric Oxide; Ceria; Cerium(iv) Oxide; Cerium Dioxide; ceric dioxide; CeO2
Applications: Cerium Oxide mainly used for glass precipitating and decoloring agents, also used in ceramic and electronic and catalysis industries, as the raw material of producing Ce metal and cerium oxide polishing powder.
|Non-rare earth impurities<ppm|
|Particle size||normal: D50: 15-22um; but <100nm, <1um, 2-3um, and big particle size can be customized|
The standard specifications are for reference only and can be supplied regularly, Some special specifications can be customized according to customer requirements, such as special particle size, specific surface area and specific gravity.