1.3 mmHg ( 546 °C)
≥99.995% trace metals basis
reagent type: catalyst
mass spectrometry (MS): suitable
≤50.0 ppm Trace Rare Earth Analysis
1490 °C (lit.)
430 °C (lit.)
slightly soluble 0.47 g/L at 20 °C
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