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 Where is neodymium found in nature?

Answer The rare earth element neodymium (Nd) is mostly derived from the minerals bastnaesite, xenotine and monazite. Other lanthanide elements, including cerium, lanthanum and praseodymium, are also prese... Read More »
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Where is neodymium found on Earth?

Neodymium is a rare earth metal and part of the Lanthanide series of elements. The metal is a bright, silvery color and is found in monazite and bastnaesite. The primary locations for mining neodym... Read More »
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Where is cesium found in nature?

Cesium is one of the elements found in the Earth's crust. Small amounts of cesium are found in soil and water. Lithium and lepidolite also often contain cesium. Large amounts of cesium are mined in... Read More »
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Where are sapphires found in nature?

Sapphires in a variety of colors beyond blue, such as pink, purple, yellow, and orange, are found worldwide. They are mined mostly in Africa, Australia, Brazil, Burma, Cambodia Ceylon, India, Madag... Read More »
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Where can hydrogen be found in nature?

Hydrogen is the most abundant element in the universe and is usually found bonded to other elements in nature (it is not usually found alone in nature). It is found in the chemical bonds of compoun... Read More »
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