Terbium (III, IV) oxide (also known as tetraterbium heptaoxide) is relatively stable and easier to be stored. It is used as a redox catalyst in reactions involving oxygen. At high temperatures, it can liberate oxygen. It finds applications in the manufacture of glass, optic and ceramic. Nanoparticles of terbium oxide are used as analytical reagents for the determination of drugs in food. Tb4O7 is one of the main commercial terbium compounds. Terbium Oxide has important role as an activator for green phosphors used in color TV tubes. Meanwhile Terbium Oxide is also used in special lasers and as a dopant in solid-state devices. It is also frequently used as a dopant for crystalline solid-state devices and fuel cell materials. Terbium Oxide is one of the chief commercial Terbium compounds. Produced by heating the metal Oxalate,Terbium Oxide is then used in the preparation of other Terbium compounds.
Density Density: 8.33g/cm3
Appearance: Brown Powder
Melting point: 2337℃
Molecular formula: Tb4O7
Molar mass: 747.72 g/mol
Solubleness: Insoluble in water, moderately soluble in strong mineral acids
Stability: Slightly hygroscopic
Terbium Oxide Purity:
99% - 99,9999%
Terbium Oxide Applications:
Tb4O7 is usually used as the raw material to make other terbium chemicals. Terbium oxide is also an important compound for ceramic, electronic and optics products. Typical purity of our Terbium oxide is 99.99%, 99.999%.
Packaging of Terbium Oxide (Tb4O7):
Our terbium oxide is clearly tagged and labeled externally to ensure efficient identification and quality control. Great care is taken to preserve the quality of the product in its original condition.