yttrium oxide


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yttrium oxide

[′i·trē·əm ′äk‚sīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
Y2O3 A yellowish powder, insoluble in water, soluble in dilute acids; used as television tube phosphor and microwave filters. Also known as yttria.
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5] Tocalo, "Plasma-resistant dense yttrium oxide film prepared by aerosol deposition process," The Journal of the Vacuum Society of Japan, vol.
Yttrium Oxide partially stabilized Zirconia belongs to a new class of ceramics exhibiting an improved toughness when compared to alumina.
Iron and steel operations have resorted to tough materials such as zirconia oxide, or aluminum oxide filters compounded with zirconia oxide, calcium oxide, yttrium oxide, mullite, spinels and other ceramics for improved thermal shock capabilities.
100) This diagram is presented by "stretching" the customary ternary composition triangle in order to magnify the yttrium oxide contents of the liquids, all of which were below 4 % (mole fraction).
The power plant uses solid electrolytes: 40-micron-thick layers of zirconium oxide stabilized with yttrium oxide.
The experimenter, wishing to fabricate his or her own superconductive tiles may wonder where from to obtain such esoteric materials as barium carbonate and yttrium oxide, as well as the magnetic materials, crucibles and other components and tools for a successful experiment.
As Teller says, "If you put together a barium oxide, a copper oxide and an yttrium oxide and cook them together in the right proportions, you don't get superconductivity.
At a certain temperature, the film combines with yttrium oxide and other elements, fusing into solid solution.
Nanomaterials covered include: aluminium oxide nanopowders, antimony tin, bismuth oxide, carbon nanotubes, cerium oxide, cobalt oxide, fullerenes and POSS, graphene, graphyne, graphdiyne, graphane, indium, iron oxide, magnesium oxide, manganese oxide, molybdenum disulphide, nanocellulose, nanoclays, nanofibers, nanosilver, nickel oxide, nano-precipitated calcium carbonate, nanoporous materials, quantum dots, silicone, silicon oxide, titanium dioxide, yttrium oxide, zinc oxide and zirconium oxide.
Tenders are invited for spray grade yttrium oxide and aluminium oxide powder
The Bokan-Dotson Ridge project's production of rare earth oxides is forecast to average 2,250 mt/y during the first five years of full production, including 95 mt of dysprosium oxide, 14 mt of terbium oxide and 515 mt of yttrium oxide.