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|Product Name:||Germane||Molecular Shape:||Tetrahedral|
|Density:||3.3 Kg/m3||Appearance:||Colorless Gas|
|CAS No.:||7782-65-2||EINECS No.:||231-961-6|
|Melting Point:||−165 °C||Boiling Point:||−88 °C|
99.999% 5N Germane Gas GeH4 Used In Electronic Industry
Germane is typically prepared by reduction of germanium compounds, notably germanium dioxide, with hydride reagents such as sodium borohydride, potassium borohydride, lithium borohydride, lithium aluminium hydride, sodium aluminium hydride. The reaction with borohydrides is catalyzed by various acids and can be carried out in either aqueous or organic solvent. On laboratory scale, germane can be prepared by the reaction of Ge(IV) compounds with these hydride reagents. A typical synthesis involved the reaction of Na2GeO3 with sodium borohydride.
1. Physical properties
|UN No.||UN 2192|
2. Typical technical data (COA)
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Nitrogen Trifluoride (NF3) has been widely used in electronic industry, semiconductor and solar photo-electricity industry etc. it’s a good etching and cleaning gas with advantages of no remaining, high cleaning speed and easy to decompose.