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Various Uses of Nanometer Bismuth Oxide

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Author : Lzh
Update time : 2022-12-08 16:12:39
What nano bismuth oxide?
Nanometer bismuth oxide,also known as bismuth trioxide, is an inorganic compound with the molecular formula of Bi2O3, which is one of the most important compounds of bismuth. Although bismuth trioxide can be obtained from natural bismuth bloom (a mineral), its primary source is usually the by-product of copper smelting or lead smelting or the direct combustion of bismuth (blue flame).

Photoelectric Materials of Nanometer Bismuth Oxide
Bismuth oxide-based glass has excellent optical properties, such as high refractive index, infrared transmission and nonlinear optics, so it is beautiful in the material application of photoelectric devices, optical fibre transmission, etc. Among these materials, bismuth oxide is one of the essential application directions of bismuth oxide as an additive. Bi2O3-B2O3-Si2O3 glass has an ultra-high-speed reaction of less than 150fs, and It can be widely used for optical switching and broadband amplification. Bismuth-based glasses added with caesium, such as 63.3Bi2O3-32.6B2O3-41Si2O3-0.24CeO2, have more excellent performance. Its bismuth oxide content is up to 63.3%, accounting for 92% of the weight of the glass. Researchers from Taiwan National University uniformly dispersed titanium dioxide and bismuth oxide particles (particle size is about 10nm) in polyacrylate. The materials obtained by the sol-gel method have good optical dispersion and thermal stability. Its refractive index can reach 1.614-1.694. The PbBiGa oxide glass has an excellent transmission and nonlinear optical properties in the far infrared spectral region. It is an ideal photoelectric device and optical fibre transmission material in the infrared area.
        
Nanometer bismuth oxide can be used as catalyst
The application of bismuth oxide in catalysts can be divided into three categories: molybdenum bismuth catalyst, such as the bismuth molybdenum titanium mixed oxide prepared by the sol-gel method, with a specific surface area of 32-67m2/g, which is an effective and economical catalytic material for the oxidation reaction. In industrial applications, it can oxidize propylene to acrolein, prepare acrylonitrile from propylene, and prepare butadiene by oxidative dehydrogenation of butene; catalysts for the oxidation of butadiene to furan and other processes: the second type is yttrium bismuth catalyst. The bismuth oxide material doped with yttrium oxide is a beautiful catalyst which can be used in the oxidation coupling reaction of methane to ethane and ethylene. For example, BY25, bismuth oxide doped with 25% yttrium oxide, the best catalyst (such as LiMgO) currently used for methane oxidation coupling reaction, has 15 times higher efficiency and can be recycled for as many as 18 times: the third type is burning rate catalyst, and bismuth oxide is gradually replacing lead oxide as an essential catalyst in solid propellants.
 
Price of Nanometer bismuth oxide
Nanometer bismuth oxide particle size and purity will affect the product's Price, and the purchase volume can also affect the cost of Nanometer bismuth oxide. A large amount of large amount will be lower. The Price of Nanometer bismuth oxide can be found on our company's official website.
 
Nanometer bismuth oxide supplier
Luoyang Tongrun Nano Technology Co. Ltd.  (TRUNNANO) Luoyang City, Henan Province, China, is a reliable and high-quality global chemical material supplier and manufacturer. It has more than 12 years of experience providing ultra-high quality chemicals and nanotechnology materials, including Nanometer bismuth oxide, nitride powder, graphite powder, sulfide powder, and 3D printing powder. If you are looking for high-quality and cost-effective Nanometer bismuth oxide, you are welcome to contact us or inquire any time.
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