Europium compounds


Europium is a chemical element with the symbol Eu and atomic number 63. Europium is the most reactive lanthanide by far, having to be stored under an inert fluid to protect it from atmospheric oxygen or moisture. Europium is also the softest lanthanide, as it can be dented with a fingernail and easily cut with a knife. When oxidation is removed a shiny-white metal is visible. Europium was isolated in 1901 and is named after the continent of Eur  ope. Being a typical member of the lanthanide series, europium usually assumes the oxidation state +3, but the oxidation state +2 is also common. All europium compounds with oxidation state +2 are slightly reducing. Europium has no significant biological role and is relatively non-toxic compared to other heavy metals. Most applications of europium exploit the phosphorescence of europium compounds. Europium is one of the rarest of the rare earth elements on Earth.

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Europium compounds

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Code Product Name CAS No. MSDS Pricing
E 0161 Europium oxide, 99.996% 1308-96-9 View
E 0616 Europium(II) iodide, 99.999% 22015-35-6 View
E 1693 Europium oxide, 99% 1308-96-9 View
E 1694 Europium oxide, 99.99% 1308-96-9 View
E 1695 Europium oxide, 99.9% 1308-96-9 View
E 1696 Europium oxide, 99.999% 1308-96-9 View
E 1706 Europium(III) acetate, hydrate, 99.9% 62667-64-5 View
E 1707 Europium(III) acetate, hydrate, 99.99% 62667-64-5 View
E 1710 Europium(III) acetate, hydrate, 99.999% 62667-64-5 View
E 1715 Europium(ii) bromide, 99.99% 13780-48-8 View
E 1725 Europium(III) carbonate, hydrate, 99.99% 86546-99-8 View
E 1731 Europium nitrate, hexahydrate, 99.99% 10031-53-5 View
E 1733 Europium(III) chloride hexahydrate, 99.99% 13759-92-7 View
E 1734 Europium(III) chloride, hexahydrate, 99.9% 13759-92-7 View
E 1735 Europium(III) chloride, puriss, 99.99% 10025-76-0 View
E 1741 Europium(III) fluoride, anhydrous, 99.5% 13765-25-8 View
E 1742 Europium(III) fluoride, anhydrous, 99.9% 13765-25-8 View
E 1745 Europium(III) fluoride, anhydrous, 99.98% 13765-25-8 View
E 1750 Europium nitrate, hexahydrate, 99.9% 10031-53-5 View
E 1755 Europium(III) nitrate, hydrate, 99.99% 100587-95-9 View
E 1760 Europium(III) oxalate, hydrate, 99.9% 152864-32-9 View
E 1765 Europium(III) 2,4-pentanedionate, hydrate, 99.9% 181266-82-0 View
E 1775 Europium(III) sulphate, octahydrate, 99.99% 10031-55-7 View
E 1776 Europium(III) sulphate, octahydrate, 99.9% 10031-55-7 View
E 6125 Europium(III) nitrate, pentahydrate, 99.9% 63026-01-7 View