Yttrium Boride Chemical Formula

Yttrium Boride is a chemical compound with the molecular formula YB6. Boron and Yttrium combines at different proportions forming different forms of Yttrium Bromide. The different proportions are YB2, YB4, YB6, YB12, YB25, YB50, YB66. It appears black in color and is insoluble in water.

Chemical Name

Yttrium Boride

Chemical Formula

:

YB6

State

:

Solid

Category

:

Organic

Appearance

:

Black Powder

Molar Mass / Molecular Weight

:

153.772 g/mol

Molar Density

:

3.67 G/cm3

Melting Point

:

2,300 °C (4,170 °F; 2,570 K)

Yttrium Boride is a chemical compound with the molecular formula YB6. Boron and Yttrium combines at different proportions forming different forms of Yttrium Bromide. The different proportions are YB2, YB4, YB6, YB12, YB25, YB50, YB66. It appears black in color and is insoluble in water.

They have high melting temperatures. The most common form from the proportions formed is YB6 named as hexaboride is an electron cathode. YB66 is another common Yttrium Boride which has high mechanical, thermal capability and lattice constant.


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