neodymium oxide

neodymium oxide

[‚nē·ō′dim·ē·əm ′äk‚sīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
Nd2O3 A hygroscopic, blue-gray powder; insoluble in water, soluble in acids; used to color glass and in ceramic capacitors.
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The results also included three neodymium oxide assays containing 2,928 ppm of neodymium oxide.
efforts were begun to reduce the risk of China potentially using REM as a political tool; for example, when China introduced an export quota system, the price of rare earths shot up: cerium oxide price rose to $150/kg from $ 10/kg; yttrium, another of the light rare earths, followed a similar path, while dysprosium oxide skyrocketed from $100/kg to $2,500/kg and neodymium oxide from $25/kg to $375/kg.
has been rebuilt and expanded to produce high-purity neodymium oxide more efficiently.
Linked by a Modicon Modbus Plus high-performance peer LAN, the three PLCs will control all aspects of neodymium oxide production.
Among the topics are hydrogen gettering within processed oxygen-implanted silicon, semi-analytical models of field-effect transistors with low-dimensional channels, polysilicon on insulator structures for sensor application at electron irradiation and magnetic fields, routes towards novel active pressure sensors in SOI technology, and interfaces and bulk properties of high-K gadolinium and neodymium oxides on silicon.