Lorad is able to offer custom synthesized fuel cell nano-powders in initial research and development quantities. Scale-up to commercial quantities can be facilitated upon request.
Lorad scientists have developed a modified cerium doped YAG phosphor that is an excellent candidate for the conversion of a 465nm emitting Blue LED to emit white light. Shown below, is a typical emission spectrum of the modified YAG when excited by 465nm emitting Blue LED.
Vanadium oxides have been demonstrated to have many interesting and useful applications as battery cathode materials, (V6013, Ag2V4O11, LiV3O8 etc…all available from Lorad), in catalysis, sensors for gas detection, and in thin-film form in electro-optical devices.
The Lorad Chemical Corporation is pleased to annouce the availability of a custom Lanthanum Strontium Manganite product available for Solid Oxide Fuel Cell, (SOFC) applications. The Lorad Lanthanum Strontium Manganite Powder process is designed to make available a premium quality, cost competitive material for industrial applications.
Silver vanadium oxide, (SVO) is used as a cathode material in high rate implantable cardiac defibrillator batteries. Typically, a ceramic process is used to manufacture this material. This involves grinding and blending either Silver oxide or Silver nitrate with a highly toxic Vanadium source, usually Vanadium pentoxide.
Lorad scientists have developed a new method for the synthesis of zinc sulfide powders. This new process can generate zinc sulfide powders on a continuous basis. Initial materials in the 100nm -150nm range are available in kg quantities.
Lorad Chemical is pleased to announce that we can now offer a superior Strontium Sulfide product for phosphor applications, including x-ray screens.
Custom synthesized ytterbium aluminum garnet, YbAG can now be made available in research and initial commercial quantities.