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Yttrium oxide is thermodynamically the most stable oxide and stable against many reactive melts like titanium. Appart from the application within the refractory area yttrium oxide is used as a sinter aid and for stabilizing of zirconium dioxide, mainly in a quality >99,9% Y2O3.

 

Properties of yttrium oxide

Formular

Y2O3

Molecular mass

225.81 g/mol

Density

5.01 g/cm³

Melting point

2410°C (4370°F)

CAS-No.

1314-36-9

EINECS-No.

215-136-6

 


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