Various Uses of Nanometer Bismuth Oxide

Is there a nanobismuth oxide?

Nanometer bismuth oxide

Also known as Bismuth Trioxide, a compound that has an organic molecular structure of Bi2O3, is one the most important bismuth compounds. While bismuth can be extracted from bismuth flower (a natural mineral), it is most often derived from copper, lead or direct combustion of bismuth.

Nanometer Bismuth Oxide photoelectric materials

Bismuth oxide-based glasses have excellent optical properties. They include high refractive indices, infrared transmissivity and nonlinear optics. This glass can be used to make photoelectric devices or optical fibre transmissions. One of the most important applications of bismuthoxide as an additve is in this category. This glass, Bi2O3B2O3B2O3Si2O3, has a reaction speed of 150fs. Bismuth-based glasses added with caesium, such as 63.3Bi2O3-32.6B2O3-41Si2O3-0.24CeO2, have more excellent performance. Bismuth oxide is 92% of glass weight and has a content of 63.3%. Taiwan National University scientists uniformly dispersed bismuth oxide and titanium dioxide particles in polyacrylate. The particle size of the particles is approximately 10nm. Sol-gel materials have high optical dispersion, thermal stability and are easy to use. The material’s refractive indice can range from 1.614-1.694. PbBiGa dioxide glass is a nonlinear and excellent transmitting optical material in the far infrared spectrum. It’s a perfect photoelectric device, as well as an optical fibre transmission material in infrared.

You can use nanometer bismuth dioxide as a catalyst

Three types can be used to apply bismuth dioxide in catalysts: The molybdenum bismuth catalytic materials, like the bismuth molybdenum titan mixed oxide (sol-gel) with a surface area between 32 and 67m2/g. This is an economical, efficient catalyst material that allows for the oxidation process. The industrial uses of bismuth oxide include the ability to convert propylene into acrolein and to prepare acrylonitrile using propylene; it also acts as a catalyst for the oxidation and dehydrogenation furan, butadiene, and other processes. It can also be used as a catalyst in the oxidation of methane, ethane, and ethylene. BY25, bismuthoxide doped 25% with yttrium dioxide, is one example. It has a 15-fold higher efficiency than LiMgO, can be recycled up to 18 times, and is currently the most widely used catalyst for methane’s oxidation coupling reaction.

Pricing of nanometer bismuth oxide

Nanometer bismuthoxide particle sizes and purity have an effect on its price. The purchase volume may also impact the cost. Large quantities of high-quality bismuth oxide will result in a lower price. On our website, you can see the Price of Nanometer Bismuth Oxide.

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