Indium oxide is faint yellow amorphous powder, which turns red brown when heating. It is insoluble in water, but soluble in hot inorganic acids. In2O3 in atmosphere of hydrogen or other reducing agents change into indium metal or other low value oxide of indium. Indium metal or indium hydroxide is the raw material.
|CAS No.:1312-43-2||EINECS No.:215-193-9||Molecular Formula:In2O3||Molecular Weight:277.64|
|Density:7.179||Melting Point:2000℃||UN 1993 3/PG 2|
Indium(III) oxide uses as spectral pure reagent, raw material for electronic components and so on.
Indium trioxide uses as protective coating of metal reflecting surface, semiconductor film of electro-optic display. It is also raw material for other indium salts and glass.