Praseodymium(III) nitrate hexahydrate

99.9% trace metals basis

Praseodymium trinitrate hexahydrate
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99.9% trace metals basis



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reagent type: catalyst
core: praseodymium

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A novel solvothermal process for formation of doped lanthanide oxysulfide, La2O2S, was developed in order to advance possible applications of this material in phosphors, fluorescent display tubes or heat transfer measurement. Also applied in the ultrasonic synthesis of phase-pure praseodymium molybate,Pr2Mo3O12.


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