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Niobium(IV) oxide is used as a reducing agent, which reduces carbon dioxide and sulfur dioxide to carbon and sulfur respectively. It finds application in dielectric material for electronic capacitors. It is also used for manufacturing metal niobium metal, in optical glass and in electronic industry.
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