Rare Earth Fluoride

Rare earth fluorides are composed of fluorine (F) and rare earth elements (La, Ce, Pr, Nd, Pm, Sm, Eu, Gd, Tb, Dy, Ho, Er, Tm, Yb, Lu, including Y and Sc) composition. Rare earth fluorides are obtained by reacting fluorine-containing compounds and lanthanide rare earth compounds under certain conditions, usually in powder form, insoluble in water, and easily soluble in acid. Rare earth fluorides can be used for up-conversion nanomaterials, which have the characteristics of high chemical stability, fluorescence lifetime and narrow emission band, and are widely used in the fields of fluorescence imaging and photothermia, sensors, solar cells and anti-counterfeiting technology.

Customized service scope

  • Function and intermediate
  • Raw materials and various intermediates
  • Special reagent
  • Scale customization of rare earth compounds

Synthesis resolution

  • Precipitation
  • Microemulsion method
  • Hydrothermal methods
  • Solvothermal methods
  • Sol-gel method
  • Microwave method
  • Ultrasonic method
  • Precursor pyrolysis
  • Electrospinning

Custom synthesis technology service commitment

  • Synthesize rare earth compounds that meet customer requirements
  • Compound related identification report
  • Sign a confidentiality agreement to protect customer information

Current research

Rare earth fluorides can be used for upconversion nanomaterials, which have the advantages of high chemical stability, no photobleaching, long fluorescence lifetime, narrow emission spectrum band and deep penetration depth, etc., and are widely used in fluorescence imaging and photothermal therapy, sensors, solar cells and Anti-counterfeiting technology and other fields. Rare earth fluoride up-conversion materials are fluorescent materials with great development potential, and have been widely used in many fields, which is of great significance to the development of future materials.

The most commonly seen rare earth fluorides:

Dysprosium Fluoride
Terbium Fluoride
Neodymium Fluoride
Praseodymium Fluoride
Scandium Fluoride
Yttrium Fluoride
Holmium Fluoride
Thulium Fluoride
Ultra Dry Thulium Fluoride
Ytterbium Fluoride
Lutetium Fluoride
Samarium Fluoride
Europium Fluoride
Gadolinium Fluoride
Erbium Fluoride Oxide
Europium(II) Fluoride
Ytterbium Fluoride Oxide
Terbium Fluoride Oxide
Yttrium Lithium Fluoride
Cerium Fluoride