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Rare Earth Oxide powders, 99%+ purity
Cobalt Oxides, Hydroxides and Sulfites

Precautions and Disclaimer: This product is for R&D purposes only, not for drug, household, or other uses. Please consult the Material Safety Data Sheet for information regarding hazards and safe handling practices.

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Neodymium Oxide – Nd2O3[ct_spacer height=”6″]

Neodymium is essential in the production of the world’s strongest super magnets, which are present in hybrid cars, state-of-the-art wind and tidal turbines, industrial motors, air conditioners, elevators, microphones, loudspeakers, computer hard drives, in-ear headphones, and guitar pick-ups. When combined with Terbium, or Dysprosium, a Neodymium magnet can withstand the highest temperatures of any magnet, allowing the element to be used in electric cars. Neodymium has many additional uses. It is utilized in incandescent light bulbs, cathode ray tubes, as a glass filter and colorant, as a doping agent in Yttrium-Aluminum-Garnet lasers, and for glare-reduction in rear-view mirrors.
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Battery Grade Cobalt Oxides are used as precursors for the battery cathode materials for lithium ion and lithium polymer batteries. Various grades with different physical and chemical properties are available to meet the different needs from the battery industry.
Cobalt Hydroxide is used as a conductive additive in the cathode of rechargeable alkaline nickel cathode based batteries.
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Dysprosium’s thermal neutron absorption cross-section and high melting point enable it to be used in nuclear control applications. The element can be added to Neodymium-Iron-Boron magnets to raise the strength and corrosion resistance of applications like drive motors for hybrid electric vehicles. Like terbium, dysprosium is a component of Terfenol-D; a very promising material for future technology applications. It is also used in CDs, chemical reaction testing, laser materials, and dosimeters.