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Neodymium (III) chloride (NdCl3), or neodymium trichloride, is a purple powder and stable under atmospheric pressure. It is soluble in water, ethanol, ether, chloroform. Its anhydrous form is a mauve-colored powder that easily absorbs the moisture in the air and turns to purple hexahydrate.
Purity of our Neodymium (III) chloride (NdCl3))
NdCl3 X xH2O (x=0/6)
TREO: > 81%
Products of our Neodymium (III) chloride (NdCl3)
Neodymium chloride (Anhydrous) powder
Neodymium chloride Hydrate
Applications of Neodymium chloride
-Production of neodymium metal: most common starting compound for production of neodymium metal
-Lasers and fiber amplifiers: it is a dopant not only of traditional silica-based optical fibers, but of plastic fibers (dopedphotolime-gelatin, polyimide, polyethylene, etc.) as well.
-Catalysis: used to combine with organic chemicals such as triethylaluminium, 2-propanol, and titanium dioxide
-Corrosion protection: Neodymium (III) chloride is a corrosive inhibitors which is environment friendly and much less toxic.
-Labeling of organic molecules: Neodymium has strong luminescence, so neodymium chloride is often used as a source of Nd3+ ions as fluorescent labels in various physical and chemical reactions.
Packaging of our Neodymium Chloride
All our NdCl3 powder is packaged in vacuum to avoid water absorption.
Please send us your inquiry for Neodymium compounds to firstname.lastname@example.org