FL1226 Lanthanum Fluoride (LaF3) Powder
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Lanthanum Fluoride (LaF3), or lanthanum trifluoride, is a high-melting, ionic compound. It has few applications such as uses in fiber optics, electrodes, fluorescent lamps and radiation applications.
Lanthanum Fluoride, is mainly applied in specialty glass, water treatment and catalyst, and also as the main raw materials for making Lanthanum Metal. Lanthanum Fluoride (LaF3) is an essential component of a heavy Fluoride glass named ZBLAN. This glass has superior transmittance in the infrared range and is therefore used for fiber-optical communication systems. Lanthanum Fluoride is used in phosphor lamp coatings. Mixed with Europium Fluoride, it is also applied in the crystal membrane of Fluoride ion-selective electrodes.
Typical COA of our Lanthanum Fluoride (LaF3):
Rare Earth Impurities:
Non Rare Earth Impurities:
MSDS of Lanthanum Fluoride:
Product name: Lanthanum(III) fluoride
Molecular weight: 195.90 g/mol
Health hazard 0
Physical hazards 0
Potential Health Effects:
Inhalation May be harmful if inhaled. May cause respiratory tract irritation.
Skin May be harmful if absorbed through skin. May cause skin irritation.
Eyes May cause eye irritation.
Ingestion May be harmful if swallowed.
Lanthanum Fluoride (LaF3) is often used in:
- the preparation of modern medical image display technology and the requirements of the nuclear science scintillator
- rare earth crystal laser materials
- fluoride glass fiber optic and rare earth infrared glass.Used in the manufacture of arc light carbon electrode in the lighting source
- the analysis of chemical used in the manufacture of fluorine ion selective electrode
- the metallurgical industry used in the manufacture of special alloy and electrolytic producing lanthanum metal
Our Lanthanum Fluoride (LaF3) Powder is clearly tagged and labeled externally to ensure efficient identification and quality control. Great care is taken to avoid any damage which might be caused during storage or transportation.