ceric oxide

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ceric oxide

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A pale yellow-white powder, CeO2, used in ceramics, to polish glass, and to sensitize photosensitive glass.

ceric oxide

n
(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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