Stanford Advanced Materials (SAM) now can provide various fluorides including:
Neodymium (III) Fluoride (NdF3), Ytterbium Fluoride (YbF3), Yttrium Fluoride (YF3•xH2O), Scandium Fluoride (ScF3•xH2O), Hafnium Fluoride (HfF4), Barium Fluoride (BaF2) Powder, Lanthanum Fluoride (LaF3) Powder, Magnesium Fluoride (MgF2) Powder, Samarium (III) Fluoride (SmF3), Cadmium Fluoride (CdF2•xH2O), Erbium Fluoride (ErF3), Lead Fluoride (PbF2), Aluminium Fluoride (AlF3), Sodium Fluoride (NaF) Powder, Manganese (II) Fluoride (MnF2), Manganese (III) Fluoride (MnF3)
Magnesium Fluoride Crystal, Calcium Fluoride Crystal, Barium Fluoride Crystal
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Atomic number: 9
Atomic weight: 18.998403163
Element category: diatomic nonmetal
Fluorine is the most reactive element and the lightest halogen, existing as a toxic pale yellow-green gas. No chemical substance can free fluorine, even the noble gases.
As fluorine is chemically too reactive and very difficult to separate, most commercial application of it is about its compounds, also known as fluorides. The largest application of fluoride gas is in the preparation of UF6 for nuclear fuel cycle. It also can be used to produce the inert dielectric SF6 for high-voltage transformers and circuit breakers. Other inorganic fluorides and organic fluorides are widely used many industries
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