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Gadolinium Hydroxide (Gd(OH)3)

Catalog No.OH64
Purity99.9%, 99.99%
CAS Number16469-18-4
Molecular formulaGd(OH)3•xH2O

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Related gadolinium compounds: Gadolinium 2,4-Pentadionate, Gadolinium Bromide, Gadolinium Carbonate, Gadolinium Trifluoride, Gadolinium Chloride, Gadolinium Oxide, Gadolinium Sulfate, Gadolinium Vanadate

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Synonyms:
Gadolinium (III) Hydroxide; Gadolinium Hydrate; Gadolinium (3+) Salt, Gadolinium (III) Hydroxide Hexahydrate; Gadolinium (III) Hydroxide Hydrate; Gadolinium (III) Hydroxide Pentahydrate

Description:
Gadolinium Hydroxide is a rare earth compound of Gadolinium. It is insoluble in water. Gadolinium is a rare earth element with a high magnetic moment. Due to its magnetic moment, Gadolinium is able to enhance signal intensity by reducing relaxation times. It is also used for semiconductor fabrication and nuclear reactor shielding. When combined with EDTA ligands, Gadolinium can be used as an injectable contrast agent for MRIs. 

Gadolinium hydroxide

Applications:

  • In crystal form, used as an active laser medium.
  • Used in phosphors for energy-saving application due to its high purity.
  • Used for making optical glass.
  • Used as a doping agent for gadolinium yttrium garnets.
  • Catalyst and ceramic applications.


Specifications:

OH64-3N

Gadolinium Hydroxide
TREO: > 40%

99.9%

OH64-4N

Gadolinium Hydroxide
TREO: > 40%

99.99%

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