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rare earth Fluorides

Rare Earth Fluorides (Rare Earth Fluoride Powder, Rare Earth Fluorides Sputtering Targets, Rare Earth Fluorides Evaporation Material)

 

Rare Earth Metal            Rare Earth Oxide          Rare Earth Alloy          Rare Earth Iodide

Rare Earth Boride          Rare Earth Nitride         Rare Earth Chloride     Rare Earth Sulfide 

Rare Earth Selenide

 

Our Rare Earth Fluorides Product list as following:

 

Rare Earth Fluorides Powder-20 mesh e.t.c particle size

Rare Earth Fluorides Sputtering Targets : Discs, plate, rod, tube, sheet, Delta, and per drawingDiameter: 355.6mm (14") max. Single piece Size: Length: <254mm, Width: <127mm, Thickness: >1mm, if larger size than this, we can do it as tiles joint by 45 degree or 90 degree

Rare Earth Fluorides Evaporation MaterialGranules, Chunks, Pellets , Pieces and made as requested

 

 

Material Name

Formula

Purity

Available form

Lanthanum Fluoride

LaF3

99.9%, 99.99%

PowderSputtering TargetsEvaporation Material

Cerium Fluoride

CeF3

99.9%, 99.99%

PowderSputtering TargetsEvaporation Material

Praseodymium Fluoride

PrF3

99.9%, 99.99%

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Neodymium Fluoride

NdF3

99.9%, 99.99%

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Samarium Fluoride

SmF3

99.9%, 99.99%

PowderSputtering TargetsEvaporation Material

Europium Fluoride

EuF3

99.9%, 99.99%

PowderSputtering TargetsEvaporation Material

Gadolinium Fluoride

GdF3

99.9%, 99.99%

PowderSputtering TargetsEvaporation Material

Terbium Fluoride

TbF3

99.9%, 99.99%

PowderSputtering TargetsEvaporation Material

Dysprosium Fluoride

DyF3

99.9%, 99.99%

PowderSputtering TargetsEvaporation Material

Erbium Fluoride

ErF3

99.9%, 99.99%

PowderSputtering TargetsEvaporation Material

Holmium Fluoride

HoF3

99.9%, 99.99%

PowderSputtering TargetsEvaporation Material

Thulium Fluoride

TmF3

99.9%, 99.99%

PowderSputtering TargetsEvaporation Material

Ytterbium Fluoride

YbF3

99.9%, 99.99%

PowderSputtering TargetsEvaporation Material

Lutetium Fluoride

LuF3

99.9%, 99.99%

PowderSputtering TargetsEvaporation Material

Scandium Fluoride

ScF3

99.9%, 99.99%

PowderSputtering TargetsEvaporation Material

Yttrium Fluorides

YF3

99.9%, 99.99%

PowderSputtering TargetsEvaporation Material

 

Rare Earth knowledge basic

What about the purity of rare earth Fluorides ?

Explain for purity of Rare Earth Fluorideswhat is the purity of Rare Earth FluoridesWhats mean is “TREO”Whats means is the “RE/TREO”? TREO means Total content of Rare Earth Oxide, REO/TREO means this RE element's content in the Total content of Rare Earth Oxide; for example La2O3/TREO: 99.9%, TREO: 99%, means La2O3content is 99.9% in the total content of Rare Earth Oxide and Total content of Rare Earth Fluorides is 99%.

 

Total content of Rare Earth Fluorides are include those elements, Total 16 elements. They are La, Ce, Pr, Nd, Sm, Eu, Gd, Tb, Dy, Ho, Er, Tm, Yb, Lu, Sc, Y

RE = rare earth

REM = rare-earth Metals

REE = rare-earth elements

REO = rare-earth Oxide

REY = rare-earth elements and yttrium

LREE = light rare earth elements (Sc, La, Ce, Pr, Nd, Pm, Sm, Eu, and Gd; also known as the cerium group)

HREE = heavy rare earth elements (Y, Tb, Dy, Ho, Er, Tm, Yb, and Lu; also known as the yttrium group

 

What are Rare Earths ?

The rare-earth elements (REEs) are a group of 17 elements (atomic numbers 57-71) that exhibit a range of unique electronic, optical and magnetic properties.

Because of their similarities to the REEs, scandium (Sc) and yttrium (Y) are considered by most scientists to be REEs too. Components manufactured from REE-containing compounds can have a profound effect on the ultimate performance of a range of complex, engineered systems and devices. Rare earths are used in the manufacturing of iPods, computers, cell phones, hybrid car motors, wind turbines and high tech military systems work. Rare earth Fluorides are used in Glass, Metallurgy, Paint drier, Ceramics, Electronics industry

 

What are the application of rare earth Fluorides ?

Lanthanum Fluoride, LaF3 is mainly applied in specialty glass, water treatment and catalyst, and also as the main raw materials for making Lanthanum Metal.

Rare earth fluorides Cerium, CeF3 are application on A.R. Multilayers; Thin Film Capacitors

Praseodymium Fluoride, PrF3 is the main raw materials for making Praseodymium Metal, and also applied in  colour glasses and enamels; when mixed with certain other materials, praseodymium produces an intense clean yellow colour in glass.

Neodymium Fluoride, NdF3 mainly used for glass, crystal and capacitors, and is the main raw material for making Neodymium Metal and alloys.

Samarium Fluoride, SmF3 has specialized uses in glass, phosphors, lasers, and thermoelectric devices.

Europium Fluoride, EuF3 is used as a phosphor activator for color cathode-ray tubes and liquid-crystal displays used in computer monitors and televisions employ europium oxide as the red phosphor.

Gadolinium Fluoride,GdF3 is used for making optical glass and dopant for gadolinium yttrium garnets which have microwave applications.

Terbium Fluoride, TbF3 is used in special lasers and as a dopant in solid-state devices, and has important role as an activator for green phosphors used in colour TV tubes.

Dysprosium Fluoride, DyF3 has specialized uses in laser glass, phosphors, Dysprosium halide lamp and also as the main raw materials for making Dysprosium Metal.

Rare Earth Erbium Fluoride, ErF3 an important colourant in glass manufacturing and porcelain enamel glazes, and also as main raw material for producing Erbium Metal. High purity Erbium Fluoride is applied as dopant in making optical fibre and amplifier.

Holmium Fluoride, HoF3 has specialized uses in ceramics, glass, phosphors and metal halide lamp, and dopant to garnet laser.

Thulium Fluoride, TmF3 has specialized uses in ceramics, glass, phosphors, lasers. also is the important dopant for fibre amplifiers and as raw materials for making Thulium Metal and alloys.

Ytterbium fluoride YbF3 is an inorganic chemical compound, and it is a low-index film material that exhibits good transparency from the UV through far-infrared regions. The films are insoluble and show low stress, making YbF3 a useful substitute for ThF4 in many IR applications. It can be combined in multi-layers with higher-index ZnS, ZnSe and Ge layers and with other fluoride compounds. Typical applications are in AR, long-wave pass, short-wave pass, and filter coatings in the 3 to 11μm wavelength range. A particular advantage that Ytterbium fluoride coatings provide is the minimum appearance of water absorption bands in the Mid-IR region

Lutetium Fluoride, LuF3 is applied in making laser crystal, and also have specialized uses in ceramics, glass, phosphors, lasers, also be used as catalysts in cracking, alkylation, hydrogenation, and polymerization.

Scandium Fluoride, ScF3 is applied in optical coating, catalyst, electronic ceramics, laser industry, and also the main materials for making Scandium Metal and alloys.

Yttrium fluoride, YF3 is an inorganic chemical compound, It is not known naturally in 'pure' form. The fluoride minerals containing essential yttrium include tveitite-(Y) (Y,Na)6Ca6Ca6F42 and gagarinite-(Y) NaCaY(F,Cl)6. Sometimes mineral fluorite contains admixtures of yttrium; Yttrium fluoride, YF3 is produces low-index film layers that exhibit good transparency in the UV through infrared regions. The films are insoluble and show low stress, making YF3 a useful substitute for ThF4 in many IR applications. It can be combined in multilayer with other fluoride compounds and with higher-index ZnS and ZnSe layers for AR and filter coatings out to wavelengths >10 μm. Its absorption at 10.6 μm is low, but limits its use to laser applications that do not require the highest damage thresholds, Yttrium fluoride can be used for the production of metallic yttrium, thin films, glasses and ceramics.

 

About Rare earth pricing

Rare earth elements are not exchange-traded in the same way that precious (for instance, gold and silver) or non-ferrous Fluoridess (such as nickel, tin, copper, and aluminium) are. Instead they are sold on the private market, which makes their prices difficult to monitor and track. The 17 elements are not usually sold in their pure form, but instead are distributed in mixtures of varying purity, e.g. "Neodymium Fluorides ≥ 99%". As such, pricing can vary based on the quantity and quality required by the end user's application.

 

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