cerium

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Synonyms for cerium

a ductile grey metallic element of the lanthanide series

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Clinical researches have thus far showed that the Reishi mushroom is a natural source of the organic germanium which helps prevent can cerous diseases.
Urine was digested with ammonium persulfate, the reduction of ceric ammonium sulfate (yellow) to cerous form (colourless) by iodide, and its detection was done by rate of colour disappearance (Sandell-Kolthoff reaction)12 .
The samples were analyzed for iodine concentration using spectrophotometric measurement of iodine in the Sandell-Kolthoff reaction which involved an iodine catalyzed reduction of yellow ceric (IV) ions to colourless cerous (III) ions by ammonium persulfate (Pino et al.
TABLE 5--Relative activity (number of sightings/100 trap nights) of Lynx rufas, Ursus americanus, Mephitis mephitis, Odocoileus hemionus, and Cerous elaphus in five treatments on Lincoln National Forest, Sacramento Mountains, New Mexico, 2006.
However, cerium is insoluble in its higher oxidation state as the ceric/cerous mixed oxide but soluble in its lower valence salt state, such as cerous nitrate, in contrast to chromium that can be soluble in the [Cr.