|Particle Size||-20 mesh ~ -400 mesh|
Europium react with hydrogen at pressures lower than 1 atm and at elevated temperatures to form dihydride with an orthorhombic structure [1,2]. It is ferromagnetic at 25 K (−248 °C, or −415 °F) and does not react further under pressures up to 400 atm at 400 °C.
Particle Size: -20 mesh ~ -400 mesh
EC No.: 274-608-1
Pubchem CID: 53470885
Valency three europium produces a red radiance and valency two europium produces a blue radiance. When both valencies are combined a white light is produced which is used in compact fluorescent bulbs.
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EU1158 Europium Chloride (EuCl3)
FL1159 Europium Fluoride (EuF3) (CAS: 13765-25-8)
NA1160 Europium Nitrate (Eu(NO3)3)
EU1161 Europium Sulfate (Eu2(SO4)3)
EU1359 Europium (III) Hydride (EuH3)
EU1529 Europium Chloride Hexahydrate
EU1974 Europium (II) Fluoride, Anhydrous
EU2650 Europium (II) Sulfide (EuS) Powder (CAS 12020-65-4)
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