Lutetium oxide occurs in monazite and bastnaesite and is probably the least abundant of all rare earth elements.

Lutetium is currently being researched as an agent for possible cancer treatments. It is also used in glass, optic and ceramic applications, x-ray phosphors and computer memory devices.
Appearance: White solid (hygroscopic)
Purity: Lu2O3/TREO99.5% as per China industrial standard XB/T 204-2006
Chemical formula: Lu2O3
CAS No.: 12032-20-1
EINECS EC No.: 234-764-3
HS-Code: 2846901999
Industrial standard: XB/T 204-2006

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