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Atomic no.:
Atom. weight: 174.967
Density: 9.842
Rare Earth Metal
Melting point: 1663°C
Boiling point: 3395°C
Colour: Array
Discoverer: Gheorges Urbain
Place: Paris, France
Year: 1905

Discovered in 1907 by G. Urbain in Paris, France, and, independently, by C. James at the University of New Hampshire, USA. Lutetium is the hardest, densest and one of the rarest of the lanthanide group of elements (it has an abundance of 0.51 ppm in the earth's crust). It is found in some of the less common minerals (e.g. gadolinite and xenotime) and is difficult to isolate. Applications of lutetium tend to be limited to research only.

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 High pure Lutetium Metal 99.99% in ampoule under argon  Art. Nr. 003762  
High pure Lutetium Metal 99.99% in ampoule under argon
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High Pure Lutetium metal 99,99%/TREM - 99.95% absolute

0.8 - 0.9 grams sealed in ampoule under argon - For lab use.

Amount: 0.89g
Purity : 99,999%
Packing: Ampoule, Argon
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5-9 pcs.: 33.00 Euro
>9 pcs.: 32.00 Euro
Availability: 79 in stock

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