|Product||Neodymium III Acetate Hydrate|
|Molecular Weight||321.37 g/mol||Confirm|
|Solubility||Soluble in Water|
|Quality Control||Each Lot of Neodymium III Acetate Hydrate was tested successfully|
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Typical Chemical Analysis
|Other Metal||1000 ppm|
Neodymium III Acetate Hydrate: Due to unique properties the lanthanide elements have been of increasing interest. Lanthanide carboxylates have been widely studied due to their ability to have a wide variation in coordination modes, potential stereochemistry and the capability of being a useful starting material for the above applications. In particular, many structures of simple and complex lanthanide carboxylates, specifically acetates, have been isolated.
Neodymium III acetate hydrate, mainly used for crystals, capacitors and glass. It is useful in protective lenses for welding goggles. It is also used in CRT displays to enhance contrast between reds and greens. It is a highly valued in glass manufacturing for its attractive purple coloring to glass.
The main use for neodymium III acetate hydrate is as a colourant for glasses. When added to glass it can produce colours ranging from pure violet to wine red through to warm grey. It is also added to glass to remove the green colour induced by the presence or iron. Neodymium containing glasses can be used for astronomical work to sharp bands for the calibration of spectral lines, filter for infrared radiation and as an alternative to ruby in lasers for producing coherent light.
Neodymium III Acetate Hydrate: Neodymium is one of the more reactive rare earth metals. It tarnishes in air, forming an oxide layer that spalls off, exposing more metal to oxidation. For this reason, neodymium should be stored under a light mineral oil or sealed in plastic. It has two allotropes and transforms from double hexagonal to body centred cubic structure at 860°C.
Nanoshel’s Product Categories Link:Neodymium III Acetate Hydrate (CH3CO2)3Nd•xH2O, Purity: 99.9%, APS: 40-50 µm)