Magnesium Oxide Crucible in various sizes and wall thicknesses are available in Stanford Advanced Materials. High melting points and high purity allow Magnesium Oxide Crucibles to work at high temperatures up to 2200℃.
Magnesium Oxide Crucibles are good for the application of ultrahigh-temperature processes up to 4000°F (2200°C). MgO crucible is a better alternative to Alumina (Al2O3) crucibles due to their superior chemical resistance and their inertness to metals, slags, and superconductor compounds.
When MgO Crucibles are used in lithium solid-state electrolyte synthesis or sintering, MgO has its own unique advantage of not reacting with Lithium unlike Al2O3 crucibles, therefore it maintains the lithium vapor pressure better without causing access lithium loss in the solid-state electrolyte.
The following crucibles are standard crucibles available at Stanford Advanced Material (SAM). Other custom sizes are available upon request.
The crucible product code is composed as follows:
Abbreviations and code:
C conical shaped crucibles
D double wall crucibles
Code: MgO C230-98
- Superconductor material processing
- Beta Alumina processing
- Dielectric, piezoelectric, pyroelectric material processing
- Nickel-based superalloy processing
- Plutonium and uranium related material processing
MG2274 Magnesium Oxide Wafers Substrates
MG2670 Magnesium Metaphosphate Powder (CAS 13573-12-1)
MG3279 Magnesium Chloride MgCl2 (CAS No. 7786-30-3)
MG3519 Magnesium Phosphate Tribasic Octahydrate (CAS No. 13446-23-6)
MG3745 Magnesium Stearate (CAS No. 557-04-0)
MG3749 Magnesium Monoperoxyphthalate Hexahydrate (CAS No. 84665-66-7)
MG3897 Magnesia Cupel Blocks
MG3898 Magnesia Cupels
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