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Combining neodymium and alumina to make a lasing medium is challenging.
The neodymium yttrium aluminum garnet (Nd: YAG) laser is solid type of laser, causes disruption of tissues by ionization mode of action.
I tried using neodymium magnet donuts to hold thread measuring triangles on my micrometer rather than those useless rubber thingies.
Mixing neodymium with other metals makes alloys that create powerful magnets, which are needed in microphones, loudspeakers and headphones.
As it can be seen from the Figure 1, it is impossible to explain the accumulation of neodymium, terbium, and holmium in hydrocarbon media manifested through the differentiated positive anomalies of the lanthanides in the REE composition merely by their trivalent state in geochemical processes.
The Temagami Banded Iron Formation, which was formed 2,700 million years ago during the Neoarchean period, can be used as an archive because the isotopic composition of many chemical elements such as Hafnium and Neodymium directly mirrors the composition of Neoarchean seawater.
An explanation of the effect of neodymium dopant on the photocatalytic activity of titania requires a consideration of the role of Ti-O-Nd bonds in the mechanism of indirect transfer of photogenerated carriers.
Neodymium to underpin Ngualla's production value Cerium production from Ngualla represents just 8% of predicted revenue.
As the neodymium rod magnets are contained in stainless steel tubes on which contaminants are collected, when cleaning is needed, the complete magnet assembly is simply removed from the body of the unit and the magnets withdrawn allowing all the collected contamination to be easily removed.
A typical wind turbine will use just under one tonne of neodymium.
Neodymium glass gets its rather ungainly name from the neodymium oxide it contains which is responsible for these dichroic or colour changing properties.
Metals ranging from gold to cobalt and rare earth elements such as neodymium are used in electronic equipment including phones, laptops, headphones, rechargeable batteries and TVs - but are lost when the consumer goods end up in landfill.