yttrium oxide


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yttrium oxide

n.
A yellowish powder, Y2O3, used in optical glasses, ceramics, and color-television tubes. Also called yttria.

yttrium oxide

n
(Elements & Compounds) a colourless or white insoluble solid used mainly in incandescent mantles. Formula: Y2O3. Also called: yttria
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[USPRwire, Wed Apr 10 2019] Among all yttrium compounds, yttrium oxide witnesses relatively higher demand due to its diverse applications and use in defense and electronic sectors.
They cover foundations of infrared-transparent materials, the service environment of infrared anti-reflective and protective coatings, the optical design of coating systems, preparation methods of coatings, amorphous diamond films, germanium-carbide film, boron phosphide thin films, alumina thin films, yttrium oxide thin films, and infrared transparent conductive oxide thin film.
Yttrium oxide nanoparticle is known as free radicals scavenger to protect undifferentiated PC12 cells from oxidative stress-induced apoptosis [5].
They are often doped with yttrium oxide, calcium or magnesia.
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A team of scientists have found replacements for these scare elements: a green phosphor that reduces the terbium content by 90% and eliminates lanthanum and a red phosphor that completely replaces europium and yttrium oxide. These proposed phosphors appear to be close to meeting stringent requirements for long lamp survivability, high efficiency, precise color rendition and low costs.
In the research, efforts have been made to increase thermal stability of the silicate ceramic membrane as well as preserving its nanoporous structure by adding yttrium oxide to change the structure of the membrane.
In this research, efforts have been made to increase thermal stability of the silicate ceramic membrane as well as preserving its nanoporous structure by adding yttrium oxide to change the structure of the membrane.
It's one of the brightest stars of spectral type S, a type paralleling M giants but with spectra showing zirconium oxide, yttrium oxide, and technetium.
yttrium-Oxide Partially Stabilised Zirconia (y-PSZ) is a fully tetragonal fine-grained zirconia ceramic material made of 100% small metastable tetragonal grains (y-TZP) after the addition of approximately 2 to 3 mol% yttrium oxide (y2O3) as a stabilizing agent.1