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Neodymium hydroxide, Nd(OH)3

Neodymium hydroxide, Nd(OH)3, is obtained as a blue precipitate when an alkali hydroxide is added in excess to a solution of a neodymium salt. When dried at 300° it leaves the hydrate 2Nd2O3.3H2O; this, when heated to 525°, is converted into the hydrate Nd2O3.H2O; and the latter at a bright red heat is converted into neodymia.

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