samarium oxide

samarium oxide

[sə′mar·ē·əm ′äk‚sīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
Sm2O3 A cream-colored powder with a melting point of 2300°C; soluble in acids; used for infrared-absorbing glass and as a neutron absorber.
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Individual light rare earth element grades, in kilograms per tonne (kg/t) were 0.77 kg/t lanthanum oxide, 2.2 kg/t cerium oxide, 0.26 kg/t praseodymium oxide, 1.08 kg/t neodymium oxide and 0.28 kg/t samarium oxide. Individual heavy rare earth element grades were 0.03 kg/t europium oxide, 0.27 kg/t gadolinium oxide, 0.05 kg/t terbium oxide, 0.29 kg/t dysprosium oxide, 0.06 kg/t holmium oxide, 0.15 kg/t erbium oxide, 0.02 kg/t thulium oxide, 0.11 kg/t ytterbium oxide, 0.01 kg/t lutetium oxide and 1.88 kg/t yttrium oxide.
The method of separating neodymium and samarium oxides from mined raw ore, then reducing those oxides to a usable metallic element is difficult.