Chemical Name:Cesium chloride
Synonyms:Cesium chloride anhydrous
Product Typical Properties
Cesium chloride is paired with plutonium chloride in the atomic energy industry, and molten salt electrolysis is used to prepare metal plutonium. Cesium chloride solution is widely used in biological research for centrifugal separation of viruses and other molecules. Rare cesium chloride can enhance the activity of acetylcholinesterase.
Cesium chloride is commonly used as an analytical reagent, such as for microscopic analysis and spectral analysis. Gas chromatography stationary liquid, used for droplet analysis of trivalent chromium and gallium, and high-temperature chromatographic analysis of biphenyls and triphenyls.
Cesium chloride is also used in the pharmaceutical industry, X-ray fluorescence screens, and phototube materials. It is also used for the production of metal cesium, cesium salts, and as a raw material for cesium single crystals
- Atomic clock
- Cesium chloride is widely used in the manufacture of atomic clocks. An atomic clock is a high-precision timer that uses the oscillation frequency of cesium atoms to determine time. Cesium chloride can serve as a stable oscillator in atomic clocks, ensuring clock accuracy.
Cesium chloride is used as a radioactive isotope for the treatment of cancer and other diseases. Cs-137 is a radioactive isotope that can kill cancer cells through radiation. It is also used to treat hyperthyroidism and other thyroid diseases.
- Industrial production
Cesium chloride is also widely used in industrial production. It can be used as a catalyst, electrolyte, and battery material. Cesium chloride can also be used to manufacture optical glass and transistors.
- Scientific research
Cesium chloride is also widely used in scientific research. It can be used as a reagent in the laboratory for analyzing and detecting other elements. Cesium chloride can also be used to manufacture semiconductor devices and lasers.
- Earth Science
Cesium chloride is also widely used in Earth science research. It can be used as a radioactive isotope in geochronology to determine the age of rocks and soils. Cesium chloride can also be used for analyzing marine sediment and ice core samples
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