bismuth oxide powder is a common laboratory chemical and can be used in various applications. This is especially true in the field of electronics and semiconductors.
Bismuth is an excellent replacement for lead oxide in many applications such as ceramics, glass production, solid oxide fuel cells and optical coatings. It also works in conjunction with other metals to make alloys with a low melting point.
It is a very important ingredient in the medical field, as it is used for radiation shielding. It is also used in a number of electronic applications, including sensors and capacitors.
Bi2O3 nanoparticles are widely researched for their optic properties. They are able to interact with light and other forms of energy in a way that can make them useful for certain types of imaging, such as artificial bone imaging and cancer imaging.
In addition to their optic properties, bismuth oxide nanoparticles are also used for their electrochemical properties. They can act as an electrolyte or cathode of a solid oxide fuel cell, and they can also act as a photoconductive material in thin films.
The atomic and physical properties of bismuth oxide powder were characterized using X-ray diffraction, thermogravimetric analysis, Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy and electron spin resonance spectroscopy. During the experiments, a control and treated sample were prepared and then compared.
The XRD and FT-IR results showed that the treatment with biofield energy had an effect on the dipole moment, force constant and bond strength in the atomic structure of the powder. Moreover, the treated samples were found to have better physical properties than the control.