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    NEODYMIUM
    60
    Nd
    144.24 (3) g


    Compounds of neodymium:

    neodymium (III) telluride

    • Formula as commonly written: Nd2Te3
    • Hill system formula: Nd2Te3
    • CAS registry number: [12035-35-7]
    • Formula weight: 671.28
    • Class: telluride

    Synonyms

    • neodymium (III) telluride
    • neodymium telluride
    • dineodymium tritelluride

    Physical properties

    • Colour: grey
    • Appearance: crystalline solid
    • Melting point: 1377°C
    • Boiling point:
    • Density: 7000 kg m-3

    Element analysis and oxidation numbers

    For each compound, and where possible, a formal oxidation number for each element is given, but the usefulness of this number is limited, especially so for p-block elements in particular. Based upon that oxidation number, an electronic configuration is also given but note that for more exotic compounds you should view this as a guide only.
    Element%Formal oxidation stateFormal electronic configuration
    Nd 42.973[Xe].4f3
    Te 57.03-2[Kr].4d10.5s2.5p6

    Synthesis

    Not available

    Isotope pattern

    What follows is the calculated isotope pattern for the Nd2Te3 unit with the most intense ion set to 100%.

    Formula: Nd2Te3

    mass %651 0.0 
    652 0.0
    653 0.0
    654 0.1
    655 0.2
    656 0.5
    657 0.8
    658 1.7 _
    659 2.6 _
    660 5.0 __
    661 6.9 ___
    662 12.4 ______
    663 15.5 ________
    664 25.9 _____________
    665 29.3 _______________
    666 46.3 _______________________
    667 46.4 _______________________
    668 70.6 ___________________________________
    669 61.9 _______________________________
    670 91.5 ______________________________________________
    671 69.3 ___________________________________
    672 100.0 __________________________________________________
    673 65.2 _________________________________
    674 92.3 ______________________________________________
    675 50.5 _________________________
    676 71.9 ____________________________________
    677 31.8 ________________
    678 48.0 ________________________
    679 16.4 ________
    680 27.8 ______________
    681 6.9 ___
    682 14.1 _______
    683 2.3 _
    684 6.0 ___
    685 0.4
    686 2.2 _
    687 0.0
    688 0.6
    689 0.0
    690 0.1

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    References

    The data on these compounds pages are assembled and adapted from the primary literature and several other sources including the following.

    • R.T. Sanderson in Chemical Periodicity, Reinhold, New York, USA, 1960.
    • N.N. Greenwood and A. Earnshaw in Chemistry of the Elements, 2nd edition, Butterworth, UK, 1997.
    • F.A. Cotton, G. Wilkinson, C.A. Murillo, and M. Bochmann, in Advanced Inorganic Chemistry, John Wiley & Sons, 1999.
    • A.F. Trotman-Dickenson, (ed.) in Comprehensive Inorganic Chemistry, Pergamon, Oxford, UK, 1973.
    • R.W.G. Wyckoff, in Crystal Structures, volume 1, Interscience, John Wiley & Sons, 1963.
    • A.R.West in Basic solid state chemistry Chemistry, John Wiley & Sons, 1999.
    • A.F. Wells in Structural inorganic chemistry, 4th edition, Oxford, UK, 1975.
    • J.D.H. Donnay, (ed.) in Crystal data determinative tables, ACA monograph number 5, American Crystallographic Association, USA, 1963.
    • D.R. Lide, (ed.) in Chemical Rubber Company handbook of chemistry and physics, CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida, USA, 77th edition, 1996.
    • J.W. Mellor in A comprehensive treatise on inorganic and theoretical chemistry, volumes 1-16, Longmans, London, UK, 1922-1937.
    • J.E. Macintyre (ed.) in Dictionary of inorganic compounds, volumes 1-3, Chapman & Hall, London, UK, 1992.
    Fluorides
  • NdF3
  • Chlorides
  • NdCl2
  • NdCl3
  • Bromides
  • NdBr2
  • NdBr3
  • Iodides
  • NdI2
  • NdI3
  • Hydrides
    none listed
    Oxides
  • Nd2O3
  • Sulfides
  • NdS
  • Nd2S3
  • Selenides
  • NdSe
  • Tellurides
  • NdTe
  • Nd2Te3
  • Nitrides
  • NdN






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