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|Product Name:||Samarium||Molecular Formula:||Sm|
|Color:||Silver-gray||Form:||As-cast Or Block|
|CAS:||7440-19-9||Melting Point:||1072 °C|
|Density:||7.54 G/mL||Solubility:||Reacts With Hot Water, Easily Soluble In Dilute Acid.|
|Sensitivity:||Air Sensitive, Moisture Sensitive||Application Area:||Preparation Of Samarium Cobalt Magnetic Material And Nuclear Control Rod|
samarium metal powder,
Samarium Metal Sm CAS 7440-19-9 For SmCo Permanent Magnet Material
Name: Samarium metal Molecular formula: Sm
CAS: 7440-19-9 Molecular weight: 150.36
Description: Samarium can be made into various forms: Samarium foil, Samarium block and Samarium powder. Samarium is a silver gray metal with medium hardness, which is easy to oxidize in air. Samarium coexists with other rare earth elements in monazite sand, and also exists in bastnaesite. Samarium is stable in dry air, and oxide film is formed on the surface of Samarium in humid air. Metal Samarium can be prepared by reduction-distillation method using metal lanthanum to reduce Samarium oxide, because Samarium has a high vapor pressure and the vapor pressure of the reducing agent lanthanum is low. The metal Samarium produced in the reaction can be removed from the reactor by volatilization, which can promote the reaction to complete.
|Total rare earth TREM||%||≥99.5||≥99.0||≥99.0|
|Total rare earth impurities||%||≤0.01||≤0.10||≤0.50|
|Property||Lumpy, silver-gray luster|
|Application area||Preparation of samarium cobalt magnetic material and nuclear control rod|
|Package||Anti-oxidation measures sealed packaging, flexible packaging according to customer needs|
Package: Under Argon atmosphere or vacuum packaging, 50kg per bag, also provide small package: 500g, 1kg, 5kg and other small packaging.
Use: It can be used in laser material, microwave and infrared equipment, and also in atomic energy industry. Used in electronics and ceramics industry. Samarium is easy to magnetize but difficult to demagnetize, which means that it will have important applications in solid-state components and superconducting technology in the future.
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