Rare earth borides are composed of boron and rare earth metals (La, Ce, Nd, Pr, Pm, Sm, Eu, Gd, Tb, Dy, Ho, Er, Tm, Yb and Lu) compound formed. The electron-deficient boron atomic skeleton combines well with rare earth atoms, which are relatively localized and contribute outer shell electrons to stabilize the various structures formed. Rare earth borides have the characteristics of good magnetism, superconductivity, high melting point, high hardness, low work function, low evaporation rate, strong resistance to ion bombardment and stable physical and chemical properties. They are a class of excellent electron emission materials. Beam processing instruments, particle beam accelerators, precision electronic analysis instruments, and electronic devices for dynamic vacuum systems are widely used. Alfa Chemistry has advanced scientific management methods, a first-class R&D team, and is good at custom synthesis of rare earth borides. Our custom-synthesized customers are located in universities and research institutes around the world, and we can synthesize products that meet customer expectations and issue relevant identification reports.
Alfa Chemistry has an efficient quality control platform, equipped with a professional production route, and can support professional synthesis and customization. The rare earth boride related products we can provide include but not limited to:
Figure 2. Advanced scientific management, first-class R&D team, capable of custom synthesis of rare earth borides
We can pack rare earth arsenides according to the needs of customers.
Alfa Chemistry has a first-class R&D team with rich experience in custom synthesis of chemicals, and is good at the synthesis of rare earth compounds. We have a scientific and complete system and an efficient quality management system, which can provide customers with comprehensive custom synthesis services of rare earth borides. If the product you want is not in our product list, please contact us for product customization.
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