History for Neodymium (Nd2O3)

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Neodymium is a silver-white metal with a melting point of 1024 ° C and a density of 7.004 g / cm 3 and is paramagnetic. Neodymium is one of the most active rare earth metals, which can quickly darken in the air to form oxides; react slowly in cold water and react quickly in hot water. Neodymium-doped yttrium aluminum garnet and Neodymium glass can be used instead of ruby ​​as a laser material, and Neodymium and bismuth glass can be used as goggles. Neodymium Oxide (Nd): With the birth of the enamel element, the Neodymium element came into being. The arrival of the Neodymium element has been active in the rare earth field, playing an important role in the field of rare earths and affecting the rare earth market.

Discovered:Von Wesselbach Discovered: 1885

Process: discovered by Von Wesselbach in 1885.

Description: Silver-white metal, more active, slowly oxidized in air at room temperature, can react with water and acid to release hydrogen. There is paramagnetic.

In 1885, the Austrian chemist Versebach separated oxides of two new elements from the oxides of Didymium (then considered a rare earth element), one of which was named neodidymium, which was later reduced to neodymium, element Symbol Nd.