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Tb
Terbium
Atomic no.:
65
Atom. weight: 158.92534
Density: 8.253
Class:
Rare earth metal
Melting point: 1356°C
Boiling point: 3230°C
Colour: Array
   
Discoverer: Carl Gustav Mosander
Place: Stockholm, Sweden
Year: 1843

Terbium was discovered in 1843 by C.G. Mosander in Stockholm and was named after the Swedish town of Ytterby. A lanthanide group metal, it is soft, malleable and ductile. Terbium has an abundance of 1.1 ppm in the earth's crust and is found in minerals in combination with other lanthanide group elements. It is slowly oxidized in air, the rate of the reaction being increased if terbium powder is used. Terbium reacts slowly with cold water. Terbium is used in the semiconductor industry as a dopant.

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 High purity Terbium Metal - 99,95% purity under Argon  Art. Nr. 000184  
High purity Terbium Metal - 99,95% purity under Argon
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Nice shiny piece of Terbium Metal in Ampoule under Argon. Due to its air sensitivity it is hard to find in this form. Get it for your collection!

A complete Set of all Rare Earth metals (16 Ampoules) is available!

Amount: ~ 1.5g
Purity : 99,95%
Packing: Ampoule, Argon
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