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Xenon(Xe)/Xenon 99.999%/CAS:7440-63-3

Product Name: Xenon

Abbreviation: Xe

Synonyms: XENON;Xe;Xeneisol 133A;Xenomatic;Xenon atom;XENON, PRESSURE TIN WITH1L;XENON99.999%;Xenon,99.995%,disposablecylinder,w/CGA-580valve

CAS: 7440-63-3

Molecular formula: Xe

Molecular weight: 131.29

Einecs: 231-172-7

Dangerous goods transport number: UN 2036

Structural formula:Xenon formula.png


    Xenon is a chemical element with the chemical symbol Xe and atomic number 54. Xenon is a colorless, odorless, inert gas. The Earth's atmosphere contains trace amounts of xenon. Although xenon has very low chemical activity, it can still undergo chemical reactions, such as forming platinum hexafluoride acid xenon - the first noble gas compound to be synthesized. Naturally occurring xenon is composed of 7 stable isotopes. Xenon also has more than 40 unstable isotopes capable of radioactive decay. The relative proportions of xenon isotopes play an important role in studying the early history of the solar system.


    Analysis Requirement
    Purity(% by weight) 99.9999%


    O2+Ar 0.126 ppm +<0.010 ppm
    Boiling Point(℃) bp -108.13°
    Melting Point (℃) -111.79°C
    surface Colorless


    Xenon can be used in the following areas:
    1. Can be used in flash lamps and arc lamps;
    2. Used as a general anesthetic;
    3. The earliest excimer laser design used xenon dimer molecules (Xe2) as the laser medium, and early laser designs also used xenon flash lamps for laser pumping.
    4. Xenon can also be used to find large-mass weakly interacting particles, or as propellant for spacecraft ion thrusters.


    1.Warehouse is ventilated and dried at low temperature
    2. Load and unload lightly


    47LCylinder packaging


    Colorless gas, cannot burn and does not support combustion. Can absorb X-rays. The relative density of gas is 5.887±0.009, the relative density of liquid is 3.52 (100℃), and the relative density of solid is 2.7 (-140℃). The critical temperature is 16.6℃, the critical pressure is 58.2×100Pa, and the critical density is 1.155. It is the natural rare gas with the largest relative atomic mass and density. Among the rare gases, xenon is the most commonly produced compound, such as xenon hexafluoroplatinate (XePtF6), xenon hexafluorophosphate (XePFA6), xenon hexafluororhodate (XeRhF7), xenon difluoride (XeF2), Xenon oxide, etc. Has extremely high luminous intensity.


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