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    Interesting Yttrium Facts: In 1794, Johann Gadolin isolated yttrium in the mineral ytterbite. This mineral was found in Ytterby, Sweden, giving it its name.

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    Yttrium is used in many applications, such as cubic zirconia gems, computer monitors, camera lenses and energy-efficient lighting. Ultra-pure yttrium-90 is used for cancer therapy.

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  • 10 Interesting Facts about Yttrium In Fact Collaborative
    Facts about yttrium 4: Abundance. Yttrium is found in most rare earth minerals, as well as some uraniun ores, but is never found in nature as a free element.

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    (Hedrick, 2010) Some little known yttrium facts are that fascinating: Yttrium based lasers (Nd:YAG) are used to remove tattoos.

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    YTTRIUM (REVISED). Note: This article, originally published in 1998, was updated in 2006 for the eBook edition.

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    The element Yttrium and the Periodic Table Find out more facts about Yttrium on the Periodic Table which arranges every chemical element according to its atomic number, as based on the periodic law...

  • Yttrium Facts for Kids KidzSearch.com
    Yttrium is a chemical elemental metal. It is atomic number 39 on the periodic table. It is silvery-white and tends to form crystals. In chunk form, it is unreactive in air, but powdered yttrium may burn at 400 degrees Celsius. It has several uses, which include lasers, TVs, and metallurgy.

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