cerium


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Synonyms for cerium

a ductile grey metallic element of the lanthanide series

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2] electrolyte at 65[degrees]C for 5 sec at the OCP; (3) cerium passivation using 10000 ppm Ce(N[O.
Through substitution of neodymium with lanthanum and cerium, which are abundant and low-cost rare earths, high heat resistance can be maintained and loss of coercivity minimized.
Collagen promotes granulation and wound epithelialization, Alginate controls the exudate forming a gel that guaranties the ideal moisture for the wound bed, and cerium nitrate that controls bacteria.
Gregg Lapointe, chief executive officer of Cerium said, "Dalton is an excellent fit for our needs, and we are delighted to be partnering with a company whose client focus and commitment to quality match our own.
Keywords: 1,4-bis (triphenylphosphonium)butane cerium nitrate; Alkyl-substituted benzene; Aromatic aldehyde; Aromatic ketone; Oxidation; Triphenylphosphine.
Lanthanum and cerium will be removed from the rare earth chloride solution using solvent extraction to produce four different rare earth products: lanthanum oxide, 99% grade; cerium hydroxide, 99% grade; mixed lanthanum and cerium oxide, 99% grade; and mixed praseodymium and lutetium oxide.
Scientists at the DOE's Ames Laboratory have demonstrated that cerium, an abundant rare earth element, retains its magnetic qualities at high temperatures.
The aim of the group was to synthesize and evaluate the toxicity of cerium oxide (CeO2) nanoparticles through green chemistry method as a safe and novel approach.
And in my hothouse by the sea, I tend the stray rhodium, groom the cast-off vanadium, graft the foundling gallium, braze the misunderstood cerium.
The mineral process developed for Ngualla provides the opportunity for flexibility as to when and at what purity cerium is produced.
A key advance in the Maryland fuel cell is that it is based on cerium oxide and bismuth oxide, which are far more electrically conductive than materials used in commercial versions and produce much more electricity per square centimeter.
Abstract Nanocomposite coatings which were applied on carbon steel panels based on epoxy cerium nitrate--montmorillonite (MMT) were synthesized and formulated.
5, wherein the other metal ions are at least one selected from the group consisting of tin ions, indium ions, aluminum ions, niobium ions, tantalum ions, yttrium ions and cerium ions; the concentration of zirconium ions is in the range of 10 to 10,000 ppm; the concentration ratio of the copper ions to the zirconium ions is in the range of 0.