Rare Earth Chemical Field
“Rare earths” are called the vitamins of metals because adding even a small quantity of rare earths to other metals can change their characteristics significantly. The applications for rare earths are numerous, including dramatic improvement of the magnetism of magnets, changing the color of glass, and changing the workings of semiconductors ; New applications are continually emerging to meet the needs of the times.

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Rare Earth Mixed Compounds
Rare Earth Oxide R2O3
Rare Earth Hydroxide R(OH)4 ㆍ n H2O
Rare Earth Carbonate R2(CO3) ㆍ n H2O
Rare Earth Fluoride RF3
Rare Earth Chloride RCI3
Rare Earth Oxalate R2 (C2 O4) 3 ㆍ n H2O
Use : Glass (Coloring, decoloring), Catalyst, Paint dryer, Arc carbon
 
Lanthanum Compounds
Lanthanum Oxide La2O3
Lanthanum Carbonate La2(CO3)3 ㆍ n H2O
Lanthanum Fluoride LaF3
Lanthanum Acetate La(CH3COO)3 ㆍ 1.5H2O
Lanthanum Nitrate La(NO3)3 ㆍ 6H2O
Lanthanum Oxalate La2 (C2 O4 ) 3 ㆍ n H2O
Use : Optical glass, Capacitor. Catalyst
 
Cerium Compounds
Cerium Oxide CeO2
Cerium Hydroxide Ce(OH)4 ㆍ n H2O
Cerium Fluoride CeF3
Cerium Chloride CeCl3 ㆍ 6H2O
Cerium Acetate Ce(C2H3O2)3 ㆍ n H2O
Cerium Oxalate Ce(C2O4)2 ㆍ n H2O
Cerium (IV) Sulfate Ce(SO4)2 ㆍ 4H2O
Cerium Ammonium Sulfate Ce(SO4) 2 ㆍ (NH4)2 SO4 ㆍ 2H2O
Cerium (III) Nitrate Ce(NO3)3 ㆍ 6H2O
Ceric Ammonium Nitrate Ce(NO3)4 ㆍ (2NH4NO3) ㆍ n H2O
USE : Glass (Ultra violet ray absorbing, Decoloring) Catalyst, Capacitor.
 
Neohydmium Compounds
Neodymium Oxide Nd2O3
Neodymium Carbonate Nd2 (CO3)3 ㆍ n H2O
Neodymium Oxalate Nd 2(C2O4) ㆍ n H2O
USE : Capacitor, Glass, Magnet
 
Praseodymium Compounds
Praseodymium Oxide Pr6O11
Praseodymium Carbonate Pr 2(CO3) 3 ㆍ n H2O
USE : Pigment, Glass, Magnet
 
Cerium Polishing Powder
Cerico Sheet glass, Mirror, CRT
Cerico H Glass, Crystal
Cerico NS Mirror, Glass, Liquid crystal
Cerico NS-2 Optical glass
Cerico GP Liquid crystal
Cerico SP Optical glass
Cerico SP-6 Optical glass
Cerico SP-6 (4H-B) Photo mask
 
 
Zirconium
Zirconium, made by refining zircon, is known as a precious stone. Zirconium is a versatile element with characteristics slightly different from rare earths and has numerous uses in a wide range of industries. Application include new ceramics, materials for electronics, and catalysts.

Zirconium Oxide
Z-HG Zirconium Oxide ZrO2
Z-999 Zirconium Oxide ZrO2
Z-PS Zirconium Oxide ZrO2
Z-NX Zirconium Oxide ZrO2
Z-ST Zirconium Oxide ZrO2
Z-C Zirconium Oxide ZrO2
Z-B Zirconium Oxide ZrO2
Z-Y Stabilized Zirconia ZrO2-Y2O3
Use : Capacitor, Piezo, Optical glass, Catalyst, Pigment
 
Zirconium Compounds
Zirconyl Hydroxide ZrO(OH)2
Zirconium Oxychloride ZrOCl2 ㆍ 8H2O
Basic Zirconium Carbonate 3ZrO2 ㆍ CO2 ㆍ n H2O
Ammonium Zirconyl Carbonate (NH4)2 ZrO(CO3)2
Zirconyl Acetate ZrO(C2H3O2)2 ㆍ n H2O
Zirconyl Nitrate ZrO(NO3)2 ㆍ 2H2O
Zirconyl Stearate ZrO(C18H35O2)2
Zirconyl Sulfate H2ZrO(SO4)2 ㆍ 7H2O
Zirconyl Phosphate ZrO(H3PO4)2
Zirconium Silicate ZrSiO4
USE : Catalyst, textile, Paper, Ion-exchange, Paint
 
 
Raw Materials for Ceramics and Other Products
Ceramic Materials
Tin Oxide SnO2
Secondary Tin Oxide  
Metastannic Acid SnO2ㆍH2O
Bismuth Oxide Bi2O3
Tungsten Trioxide WO3
Ammonium Metavanadate NH4VO3
USE : Capacitor, Catalyst, Pigment
 
Molybdenum
Molybdenum Briquettes MoB
Low Carbon Ferro Molybdenum FMoL
Ferro Molybdenum Fine Powder FMoL?P
Molybdenum Trioxide MoO3
Ammonium Molybdate (NH4)6Mo7O244H2O
Phosphorous Molybdic Acid H3PO4·12MoO3·3OH2O
Hyper Pure Ammonium  
Molybdate (4N)  
 
Vanadium
Ferro Vanadium FV
Ferro Vanadium Fine Powder FV
Aluminum Vanadium AI-V
Vanadium Pentoxide V2O5
Ammonium Metavanadate NH4VO3
Vanadium Metal V
Vanadyl Sulfate (solution / liquid) VOSO4
Vanadyl Sulfate (powder) VOSO4