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It acts as a precursor for the preparation of other terbium compounds. It is used as a redox catalyst in reactions involving oxygen. At high temperatures, it can liberate oxygen. It finds applications in the manufacture of glass, optic and ceramic. Nanoparticles of terbium oxide are used as analytical reagents for the determination of drugs in food.
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