Phosphide Powder

Boron Phosphide BP Powder CAS 20205-91-8

Item No.: Tr-BP
Boron phosphide is known as BP powder, it is an inorganic compound composed of boron and phosphorus, which is used in semiconductor materials.
Purity: 99.99%
Particle Size: -60 mesh
Boron Phosphide Properties
About Boron Phosphide BP Powder:
Boron phosphide (BP) is an inorganic compound composed of boron element and phosphorus element, which belongs to a semiconductor material. As early as 1891, French chemist Henri Moisan synthesized crystals of boron phosphate. Boron phosphide does not react with boiling concentrated acid or base solutions but may react with molten bases (e.g., sodium hydroxide) after preheating. Boron phosphide is resistant to oxidation up to 1000°C when exposed to air and reacts with chlorine gas around 500°C. The stability of the compound can be maintained under high pressure at 2500°C, while partial phosphorus will be lost by vacuum heating above 1100°C, resulting in B12p1 1.8, whose crystal structure is similar to that of boron carbide.
Due to the different production methods, boron phosphide has a red transparent, dark red transparent, black crystal or soft, brown amorphous material and so on. Chemically stable. Pure boron phosphide is almost transparent, with N-type crystals being orange-red, whereas P-type crystals are dark red. TRUNNANO is a trusted global Boron Phosphide BP Powder supplierFeel free to send an inquiry about the latest price of Boron Phosphide at any time.

Product Performance of Boron Phosphide BP Powder:
Our Boron Phosphide BP Powder has high purity, narrow size distribution, high-temperature strength, high fracture strength, good chemical
resistance, good thermal shock resistance, low density and high hardness.
Boron phosphide does not react with boiling concentrated acid or alkali solution but can react with molten alkali (such as sodium hydroxide)
after preheating. Boron phosphide is resistant to oxidation below 1000 ° C when exposed to air, and can react with chlorine at about 500 ° C.
The compound can still be stable at 2500 ° C under high pressure, and some phosphorus will be lost by vacuum heating above 1100 ° C to
obtain B12P1.8, whose crystal structure is similar to boron carbide.

Technical Parameter of Boron Phosphide BP Powder:
Product Name MF Purity Particle Size Melting Point Volume Density
( g/cm3 )
Boron Phosphide BP 99.99% -60 mesh 1100℃ 2.9 White
How is Boron Phosphide BP Powder Produced?
A mixture of elemental boron and red phosphorus heated to 900°C-1000°C thermal decomposition of PCl3·BCl3 boron with zinc phosphide or phosphine Reaction of hydrogen reduction of boron trichloride and red phosphorus Mixture of boron trichloride with phosphide double decomposition reaction.
Applications of Boron Phosphide BP Powder :
Boron Phosphide is a boron and phosphorus compound. It is a semiconductor material that is not attacked by an acid or boiling alkali aqueous solution. Poly boron phosphate boron is almost transparent, although the n-type crystal is orange, and the p-type crystal is dark red. Boron phosphide is mainly used in the following fields:
Laser diode.
Light-emitting device.
Protective coating for soft infrared transmission substrate.

Packing & Shipping of Boron Phosphide BP Powder:
We have many different kinds of packing which depend on the boron phosphide BP powder quantity.
Boron phosphide BP powder packing: vacuum packing, 1kg/bag, 25kg/barrel, or as your request.
Boron phosphide BP powder shipping: could be shipped out by sea, by air, by express as soon as possible once payment receipt.

Boron Phosphide Properties

Other Names Boron monophosphide; Tridecaboron diphosphide;
Borylidynephosphine, BP powder
CAS No. 20205-91-8
Compound Formula BP
Molecular Weight 41.78
Appearance White Powder
Melting Point N/A
Boiling Point N/A
Density N/A
Solubility in H2O N/A
Exact Mass 41.983067

Boron Phosphide Health & Safety Information

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