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Cerium(IV) oxide

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- Product Name: Cerium(IV) oxide

- Formulas : CeO2

- Chemical composition : Taiwan-technical-25kg

- Product Type: Industry chemicals

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Cerium(IV) oxide , also known as ceric oxide , ceria , cerium oxide or cerium dioxide , is an oxide of the rare earth metal cerium . It is a pale yellow-white powder with the chemical formula CeO 2 .
Cerium(IV) oxide is formed by the calcination of cerium oxalate or cerium hydroxide .
Powdered ceria is slightly hygroscopic and will also absorb a small amount of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere . [ 2 ]
Cerium also forms cerium(III) oxide , Ce 2 O 3 , but CeO 2 is the most stable phase at room temperature and under atmospheric conditions.

Cerium(IV) oxide is used in ceramics , to sensitize photosensitive glass , as a catalyst and as a catalyst support, to polish glass and stones, in lapidary as an alternative to " jewellers rouge ". It is also known as "opticians rouge". [ 3 ]

It is also used in the walls of self-cleaning ovens as a hydrocarbon catalyst during the high-temperature cleaning process.
While it is transparent for visible light, it absorbs ultraviolet radiation strongly, so it is a prospective replacement of zinc oxide and titanium dioxide in sunscreens , as it has lower photocatalytic activity. However, its thermal catalytic properties have to be decreased by coating the particles with amorphous silica or boron nitride .
The use of these nanoparticles , which can penetrate the body and reach internal organs, has been criticized as unsafe. [ 4 ]
Cerium oxide has found use in Infrared filters , as an oxidizing species in Catalytic converters and as a replacement for Thorium dioxide in incandescent mantles [ 5 ]
As a fuel cell electrolyte
In the doped form (it comes from cerium and oxygen), ceria is of interest as a material for solid oxide fuel cells or SOFCs because of its relatively high oxygen ion conductivity (ie oxygen atoms readily move through it) at intermediate temperatures (500–800 °C). Undoped and doped ceria also exhibit high electronic conductivity at low partial pressures of oxygen due to the formation of small polarons . However, doped ceria has an extended electrolytic region (area of predominant ionic conductivity), over that of ceria, that allows its use as an electrolyte in SOFCs. Substituting a fraction of the ceria with gadolinium or samarium will introduce oxygen vacancies in the crystal without adding electronic charge carriers. This increases the ionic conductivity and results in a better electrolyte.
Under reducing conditions, those experienced on the anode side of the fuel cell , a large amount of oxygen vacancies within the ceria electrolyte can be formed. Some of the cerium(IV) oxide is also reduced to cerium(III) oxide under these conditions, which consequently increases the electronic conductivity of the material. The lattice constant of ceria increases under reducing conditions as well as with decreasing nanocrystal size in nanocrystalline ceria, as a result of reduction of the cerium cation from a 4+ to a 3+ state in order to charge compensate for oxygen vacancy formation. [ 6 ]
As a catalyst
Ceria has been used in catalytic converters in automotive applications. Since ceria can become non-stoichiometric in oxygen content (ie it can give up oxygen without decomposing) depending on its ambient partial pressure of oxygen, it can release or take in oxygen in the exhaust stream of a combustion engine. In association with other catalysts, ceria can effectively reduce NO x emissions as well as convert harmful carbon monoxide to the less harmful carbon dioxide . Ceria is particularly interesting for catalytic conversion economically because it has been shown that adding comparatively inexpensive ceria can allow for substantial reductions in the amount of platinum needed for complete oxidation of NO x and other harmful products of incomplete combustion.
Due to its fluorite structure, the oxygen atoms in a ceria crystal are all in a plane with one another, allowing for rapid diffusion as a function of the number of oxygen vacancies. As the number of vacancies increases, the ease at which oxygen can move around in the crystal increases, allowing the ceria to reduce and oxidize molecules or co-catalysts on its surface. It has been shown that the catalytic activity of ceria is directly related to the number of oxygen vacancies in the crystal, frequently measured by using X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy to compare the ratios of Ce 3+ to Ce 4+ in the crystal.
Ceria can also be used as a co-catalyst in a number of reactions, including the water-gas shift and steam reforming of ethanol or diesel fuel into hydrogen gas and carbon dioxide (with varying combinations of rhodium oxide, iron oxide, cobalt oxide, nickel oxide, platinum, and gold), the Fischer-Tropsch reaction, and ed oxidation (particularly with lanthanum). In each case, it has been shown that increasing the ceria oxygen defect concentration will result in increased catalytic activity, making it very interesting as a nanocrystalline co-catalyst due to the heightened number of oxygen defects as crystallite size decreases—at very small sizes, as many as 10% of the oxygen sites in the fluorite structure crystallites will be vacancies, resulting in exceptionally high diffusion rates.
For water splitting
The cerium(IV) oxide-cerium(III) oxide cycle or CeO 2 /Ce 2 O 3 cycle is a two step thermochemical water splitting process based on cerium(IV) oxide and cerium(III) oxide for hydrogen production . [ 7 ]



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