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Customized Nanocoating on Yttria Substrate


Yttrium oxide is a white powder that is an inorganic substance. Water and alkali make it insoluble, whereas acids and alcohols make it soluble. The most important yttrium compound is yttrium oxide, which is widely utilized in the production of red phosphors for color television tubes such as europium-doped yttrium vanadate and europium-doped yttrium oxide. It's also utilized to make single crystals, yttrium aluminum neodymium garnet, and other composite oxides that are used as microwave magnets and in military communications.

Alfa Chemistry provides one-of-a-kind surface modification services for yttrium oxide particles, resulting in functional surfaces that improve performance in a variety of applications. You may improve the surface properties of nearly any yttrium oxide-related product using our extensive and specialized particle surface treatment methods. Feel free to collaborate with us to easily change the surface properties of your product!

Extensive Surface Modification Technology Options

Alfa Chemistry offers customers a variety of surface coating technologies for semiconductor materials that can be used to functionalize the surface of yttrium oxide particles and impart different surface properties. Our surface modification technologies include, but are not limited to, the following. For more technical information, please contact us.

  • Particle Modification Coating Technology - Alfa Chemistry can improve particle behavior, reduce aggregation, improve cross-linking, and impart new surface features by functionalizing yttrium oxide particles.

Customized Nanocoating on Yttria Substrate

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Why Choose Alfa Chemistry?

  • Our custom coated products are thin and green and safe.
  • Our solutions are tailored to meet the unique needs of your product.
  • We have extensive experience in surface coating of semiconductor materials.

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