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Gadolinium sulphate, Gd2(SO4)3

The Gadolinium sulphate octahydrate, Gd2(SO4)3.8H2O, is the only hydrate known, and forms monoclinic crystals. The solubility (in parts of anhydrous salt per 100 of water) is as follows: -

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The solubility in a saturated solution of sodium sulphate is such that at 25° C. the solution contains 0.6 gram of anhydrous gadolinium sulphate per litre, gadolinium sodium sulphate, Gd2(SO4)3.Na2SO4.2H2O, being the stable solid phase. The corresponding potassium salt is also known (Benedicks).

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