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    NEODYMIUM
    60
    Nd
    144.24 (3) g


    Thermal Properties and temperatures

    Temperatures

    Melting point [/K]: 1297 [or 1024 °C (1875 °F)]
    Boiling point [/K]: 3373 [or 3100 °C (5612 °F)] (liquid range: 2076 K)
    Critical temperature [/K]: no data
    Superconduction temperature [/K]: no data

    States at 298 K

      Expansion and conduction properties

      Thermal conductivity [/W m-1 K-1]: 17
      Coefficient of linear thermal expansion [/K-1 multiplied by 106]: 9.6

      Enthalpies

      Enthalpy of fusion [/kJ mol-1]: 7.1
      Enthalpy of vaporization [/kJ mol-1]: 285
      Enthalpy of atomization [/kJ mol-1]: 328
      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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