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Aluminum doped Zinc Oxide (AZO) Nanopowder 99.9% (3N), 100g,  MSE Supplies

Aluminum doped Zinc Oxide (AZO) Nanopowder 99.9% (3N), 100g

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Aluminum doped Zinc Oxide (ZnO:Al2O3, AZO) Nanopowder 99.9% (3N), 100g

Product SKU:

PO5401

CAS#:

1314-13-2

ZnO:Al2O3 ratio

98:2 wt%

Purity:

99.9%

Particle size:

30-50 nm

Surface area:

15-30 m2/g

 

Aluminum doped zinc oxide (ZnO:Al or AZO) is an ideal replacement transparent conducting oxide (TCO) for ITO for all applications. AZO materials are less expensive than ITO and other TCOs. Typical applications include: transparent electrodes for solar cells, flat panel displays, LCD electrodes, electro-magnetic compatibility (RF-EMI shielding) coatings, touch panel transparent contacts, static discharge dissipation, and IR windows.

Typical Analysis by ICP -AES

Element

wt%

Pb

≤ 0.005

Mn

≤ 0.005

Cu

≤ 0.005

 

Application of zinc aluminum oxide nano powder:

  • widely used in the production of a variety of transparent conductive anti-static coating:
  • as a conductive film on the liquid crystal display; touch-type display application;
  • CRT's anti-radiation (EMI, RMI); high transmittance protection mirror;
  • The switchable translucent glass used for energy conservation and privacy protection is also used in architectural buildings and in automotive windows.
  • applied to surface sensors; anti-reflection film;
  • photoelectric components conductive film, such as solar cells, light-emitting diodes, photoelectric crystals; organic light-emitting diode electrodes, etc

References:

1. Tappura, T. Juntunen, K. Jaakkola, M. Ruoho, I. Tittonen, R. Ritasalo, and M. Pudas. Large-area implementation and critical evaluation of the material and fabrication aspects of a thin-film thermoelectric generator based on aluminum-doped zinc oxide. Renewable Energy Vol 147(1), pp. 1292-1298, 2020.

2. Favaro, E. Zanazzi, A. Patelli, S. Carturan, R. Ceccato, V. Mulloni, M. Bortolotti, and A. Quaranta. Aluminum doped zinc oxide coatings at low temperature by atmospheric pressure plasma jet. Tin Solid Films Vol. 708, pp. 138118, 2020.