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Depleted Zinc Oxide Specifications
 

Depleted Zinc Oxide Specifications

Isotopic Composition: Zn-64 content is less than 1%

Chemical Purity Limit: Minimum chemical purity of zinc oxide will be 99.8%

Impurity Limits

Element Symbol Impurity Limits
Aluminum Al < 50 ppm
Antinomy Sb < 10 ppm
Arsenic As < 10 ppm
Barium Ba < 10 ppm
Bismuth Bi < 10 ppm
Boron B < 10 ppm
Bromine Br < 10 ppm
Cadmium Cd < 10 ppm
Calcium Ca < 10 ppm
Chlorine Cl < 20 ppm
Chromium Cr < 10 ppm
Cobalt Co < 10 ppm
Copper Cu < 10 ppm
Fluorine F < 20 ppm
Hafnium Hf < 10 ppm
Indium In < 10 ppm
Iodine I < 10 ppm
Iron Fe < 10 ppm
Lead Pb < 10 ppm
Lithium Li < 10 ppm
Magnesium Mg < 10 ppm
Manganese Mn < 10 ppm
Molybdenum Mo < 10 ppm
Nickel Ni < 10 ppm
Phosphorous P < 10 ppm
Potassium K < 10 ppm
Selenium Se < 10 ppm
Silicon Si < 50 ppm
Silver Ag < 10 ppm
Sodium Na < 10 ppm
Strontium Sr < 10 ppm
Sulphur S < 50 ppm
Tin Sn < 10 ppm
Titanium Ti < 10 ppm
Vanadium V < 10 ppm
Others (each) < 10 ppm
 
Powder Physical Characteristics
 
Moisture loss (110 °C) < 0.2%
Mean Particle Size 5 – 15 micron
Surface Area 5 – 15 m2/gr
 
Powder with a low particle size (< 2.5 micron) and high surface area (>25 m2/gr) is also available.
 
Pellet Physical Characteristics
 
Density > 4.7 g/cc
Diameter 10 ± 1 mm
Height 10 ± 1 mm
Surface Scratches < 0.5 mm
Margin Chips < 1 mm