Barium Fluoride

Barium fluoride (BaF2) is a chemical compound of barium and fluorine. It is a solid which can be a transparent crystal. It occurs in nature as the mineral frankdicksonite.

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... IUPAC Sodium niobium tricalcium triphosphate fluoride) Carlhintzeite (1978-031) 03.CB.45 (IUPAC Dicalcium aluminium heptafluoride monohydrate. 2005-003) 08.EB.20 (IUPAC Aluminium diuranate diarsenate fluoride (6.5)hydrate) Chivruaiite (2004-052) 09.DG.45 Chkalovite (Y 1939) 09.DM.20 Chladniite (1993-010) 08.AC.50 (IUPA ...
Standard Enthalpy Change Of Formation (data Table) - Miscellaneous Compounds
... Aluminum hydroxide Solid Al(OH)3 −1277 Aluminum sulphate Solid Al2(SO4)3 −3440 Barium Barium Chloride Solid BaCl2 −858.6 Barium Carbonate Solid BaCO3 −1213 Barium hydroxide Solid Ba(OH)2 −944.7 ...
Barium Fluoride - Applications
... Barium fluoride is transparent from the ultraviolet to the infrared, from 150–200 nm to 11–11.5 µm, and can be used as a material to make optical components such as lenses ... The refractive index is about 1.46 from 700 nm to 5 µm Barium fluoride is also a common, very fast (one of the fastest) scintillator for the detection of X-rays, gamma rays or other high energy ... It is less resistant to water than calcium fluoride, but is the most resistant of all the optical fluorides to high-energy radiation, though its far ...