Lutetium (III) Oxide (Lu2O3) 99.995% 4N5 Powder
Lutetium (III) Oxide, Lu2O3, 99.995% 4N5 High Purity Powder
- Product Number: PO2801 (50 g), PO2802 (100 g), PO2803 (1 kg)
- Formula: Lu2O3
- CAS Number: 12032-20-1
- Molecular Weight: 397.93 g/mol
- Density: 9.42 g/cm³ at 25°C
- Melting Point: 2490°C
- Color: white powder
- Solubility: Insoluble in water.
- Purity: 99.995% 4N5 (TREO*)
* TREO - Total Rare Earth Oxides
Features and Benefits
- Our 99.995% Lu2O3 is a pure precursor that will lead to high quality crystals and optical materials.
- Starting with our 99.995% Lu2O3 will lead to materials with superior physical optical properties, due to the lack of impurities.
- Our 99.995% Lu2O3 pricing is highly competitive
- Our 99.995% Lu2O3 is the best value for your budget
Lu2O3 (Lutetium (III) Oxide or Lutetium Sesquioxide) is used in ceramics, glass, scintillators, and solid stated lasers. Lu2O3 is commonly used as an host material in making laser materials.
A couple of examples where high purity Lu2O3 was used in research leading to outstanding research results are:
Researchers at Stanford University School of Medicine published an article where they made and used Eu:Lu2O3 to create a very bright thin film scintillator for single cell radionuclide images. They use this technique to view the metabolic properties of similar cells in real time. One of the starting materials to make this material was high purity Lu2O3.
In another example where high purity Lu2O3 was employed, researchers at Clemson University grew single crystals of Lutetia via hydrothermal crystal growth techniques. Some of the materials were doped with laser active ions and they were then studied using spectroscopic techniques. The thermal conductivity of the crystals was also investigated.
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|Rare Earth Impurities Content (ppm)||Non- Rare Earth Impurities Content (ppm)|
|La2O3 <1.00||Fe2O3 <2.00|
|CeO2 <1.00||CaO <10.00|
|Pr6O11 <1.00||SiO2 <20.00|
|Nd2O3 <1.00||Cl- <100.00|
|Gd2O3 <1.00||Loss on Ignition (L.O.I.) <0.22%|
Spectroscopy and laser performance of Nd:Lu2O3 crystal. L. Hao, K. Wu, H. Cong, H. Yu, H. Zang, Z. Wang, and J. Wang. Optics Express Vol. 19(18), Pgs 17774-17779, 2011.
Flux-Aided Synthesis of Lu2O3 and Lu2O3:Eu—Single Crystal Structure, Morphology Control and Radioluminescence Efficiency. J. Zeler, L.B. Jerzykiewicz, and E. Zych. Materia (Basel) Vol. 7(10), Pgs. 7059-7072, 2014.
Bright Lu2O3:Eu thin-film scintillators for high-resolution radioluminescence microscopy. D. Sengupta, S. Miller, Z. Marton, F. Chen, V. Nagarkar, and G. Pratx. Adv. Health Mater. Vol. 4(14), Pgs. 2064-2070, 2015.
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