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Gadolinium

ingot, 99.9% trace rare earth metals basis

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Related Categories 64: Gd, Catalysis and Inorganic Chemistry, Chemical Synthesis, Gadolinium, Magnetic Materials,
assay   99.9% trace rare earth metals basis
form   ingot
resistivity   126 μΩ-cm, 20°C
bp   3273 °C(lit.)
mp   1313 °C(lit.)
density   7.886 g/mL at 25 °C(lit.)

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10 g in poly bottle

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Ultra-High Purity Inorganics
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GHS02  GHS02
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Warning
Hazard statements 
Precautionary statements 
RIDADR 
UN 3208 4.3 / PGIII
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Protocols & Articles

Articles

Advanced Materials for Magnetic Cooling

Today, near-room-temperature refrigeration is almost entirely based on a vapor-compression refrigeration cycle. Over the years, all parts of a commercial refrigerator, such as the compressor, heat ex...
Prof. V. K. Pecharsky , Prof. K. A. Gschneidner
Material Matters 2007, 2.4, 4.
Keywords: Applications, Indirect Immunofluorescense, transformation

Kinetic Energy Harvesting by Magnetostrictive Materials

Daniele Davino Department of Engineering University of Sannio, 82100 Benevento, Italy Email: davino@unisannio.it
Keywords: Electronics, Environmental

Metal Hydrides for NiMH Battery Applications

Rechargeable solid-state batteries are becoming increasingly important due to wide-spread use in computers, portable electronics, and vehicular applications. The Partnership for a New Generation of V...
Dhanesh Chandra,* Wen-Ming Chien and Anjali Talekar
Material Matters Volume 6 Article 2
Keywords: Absorption, Applications, Automotive, Capillary electrophoresis, Combustion, Degradations, Electrochemical analysis, Electronics, Environmental, Help, Ion-exchange chromatography, Phase transitions, Precipitation, Purification, Separation, Substitutions, Type

Working with Reactive, Volatile, Complex Materials to Produce Novel Alloys

Deborah L. Schlagel*, Andrew J. Sherve (not pictured), Thomas A. Lograsso Division of Materials Science and Engineering The Ames Laboratory, Ames, IA 50011 *Email: schlagel@iastate.edu
Keywords: Adsorption, Calorimetry, Materials Science, Melting, Microscopy, Nucleic acid annealing, Precipitation, Rearrangements, Scanning electron microscopy, Spectroscopy, transformation

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