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Inert Reassessment Document for Cerous Chloride

The rare earth chlorides have a wide variety of scientific and industrial applications. They a re used in superconductors, lasers, magnets, catalytic converters, fertilizes, supper alloys, cigarette lighters and as catalysts in the  production of petroleum and synthetic products.

  • Cerous Chloride - CAS No. 7790-86-5
  • Dysprosium Chloride - CAS No. 10025-74-8
  • Europic Chloride - CAS No. 10025-74-8
  • Lanthanum Chloride - CAS No. 10099-58-8
  • Scandium Chloride - CAS No. 10361-84-9
  • Ytterbium Chloride  - CAS No. 10361-91-8
  • Yttrium Chloride  - CAS No. 10361-92-9
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