CrCl3 (chromium trichloride) is a layered antiferromagnet, which is easy to peel off into a single layer and has excellent environmental stability. Its magnetic ordering temperature is between 14 and 17 K. When a small amount of magnetic field strength is applied, CrCl3 is at the tip of ferromagnetic order. In addition, recent studies have shown that CrCl3 layered crystals undergo a crystal transition from monoclinic (C2/m) to rhombohedral (R3) at a low temperature near 240 K. Our CrCl3 crystals are grown by chemical vapor transport technology without using any transport chemical reagents to ensure that there is no pollution. Our precursor is purified with special care to eliminate any magnetic impurities or magnetic dopants, thus eliminating the magnetic contamination effect. All of these products are handled with non-magnetic tweezers in a non-magnetic environment using tools that do not contain magnetic impurities to ensure that the intrinsic magnetism can be measured and detected with confidence.
Chromic chloride appears as blue or green colored crystals dissolved in water. Denser than water. Corrosive to metals.|Liquid|VIOLET CRYSTALS.
Chromic chloride appears as blue or green colored crystals dissolved in water. Denser than water. Corrosive to metals.
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