Ceric oxide - definition of ceric oxide by The Free Dictionary
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A pale yellow-white powder, CeO2, used in ceramics, to polish glass, and to sensitize photosensitive glass.
(Elements & Compounds) a white or yellow solid used in ceramics, enamels, and radiation shields. Formula: CeO2. Also called: cerium dioxide or ceria
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The new SCS methane oxidation catalyst is made of solid solution mixture of palladium oxide and ceric oxide
supported on aluminum oxide.
The new SCS methane oxidation catalyst is made of a solid solution mixture of palladium oxide and ceric oxide
supported on aluminium oxide.
It has also sued Neo in the Patents Court of England and Wales, claiming infringement of Solvays affiliate Anan Kasei patent by certain Neo high surface area ceric oxide