|Particle Size||-20 mesh ~ -400 mesh|
The Lutetium metals readily react with hydrogen to form LuH2-3, and, by raising the hydrogen pressure, the trivalent Lu metals also form the LuH3 phase. Both the LuH2 and LuH3 phases are nonstoichiometric (that is, the numbers of atoms of the elements present cannot be expressed as a ratio of small whole numbers).
Particle Size: -20 mesh ~ -400 mesh
EC No.: 237-069-3
Pubchem CID: 166866
Most rare earth hydrides including Lutetium Dihydride (LuH2-3) are widely studied for their Magnetic and spectroscopic properties.
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NA1137 Lutetium(III) Nitrate Hydrate (CAS No. 100641-16-5)
LU1138 Lutetium Chloride (LuCl3) (CAS No. 10099-66-8)
LU1139 Lutetium Fluoride (LuF3) (CAS No. 13760-81-1)
LU1140 Lutetium Acetate ((CH3CO2)3Lu) (CAS No. 304675-59-0)
LU1141 Lutetium(III) Carbonate Hydrate (CAS No. 64360-99-2)
LU1148 Lutetium(III) Sulfate Octahydrate (CAS No. 13473-77-3)
LU1365 Lutetium (III) Hydride (LuH3) (CAS No. 13598-44-2)
LU1532 Lutetium Chloride Hexahydrate (CAS No. 15230-79-2)
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