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powder, −100 mesh, ≥99.999% trace metals basis

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≥99.999% trace metals basis




53 Ω-cm, 20°C

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−100 mesh


2830 °C (lit.)


937 °C (lit.)


5.35 g/mL at 25 °C (lit.)

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The product can serve as one of the precursors for the formation of highly porous ZrO2:Tb3+ nanophosphor with excellent tunable photoluminescence and photocatalytic activities.


5, 25 g in poly bottle

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Aquatic Acute 1 - Aquatic Chronic 2 - Flam. Sol. 1 - Repr. 2 - STOT RE 2 Oral

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4.1B - Flammable solid hazardous materials



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Not applicable

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Not applicable

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dust mask type N95 (US), Eyeshields, Gloves

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Phase transformation of ZrO 2: Tb 3+ nanophosphor: Color tunable photoluminescence and photocatalytic activities.
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