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 Where is gadolinium found?

Answer Gadolinium is the 64th element in the periodic table. It is like other rare-earth metals, in that it is silvery-white in color, malleable and easily molded or shaped.OccuranceGadolinium occurs in s... Read More »
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Where does gadolinium come from?

Gadolinium is a rare earth metal obtained from the minerals monazite or bastnasite. Trace amounts can also be obtained from the mineral gadolinite. On the periodic table, its symbol is Gd.Source:Lo... Read More »
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What biblical allusions are found in where are you going where have you been?

The quotation is from Genesis 16:8. God encounters Hagar in the wilderness, where she had feld from fear of Sarai, and he asks her, "Where have you come from and where are you going?"
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Where is the only place in deserts where water is found?

Water in the desert is found in two places: deep underground in aquifers and in riverbeds. Riverbeds may be small and ephemeral--washes or arroyos that fill only after rains. Or they may be more... Read More »
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Who Discovered Gadolinium?

In 1880, in France, Jean de Marignac discovered Gadolinium, a metallic rare-earth element. The symbol for Gadolinium is Gd and it is often used in light bulbs and fluorescent tubes. .SourceFacts A... Read More »
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