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A soft, bright silvery lanthanide metal which is relatively stable in dry air. It has the greatest magnetic strength of any element.
 Lumps ampouled under argon Lumps ampouled under argon.
Holmium is one of those elements that most people have never heard of. Despite its membership of the rare earth family, it is surprisingly common: 20 times more abundant than silver. It is one of the more expensive lanthanides (as the rare earths are better referred to) costing around $500 a pound. This is mainly because there are relatively few industrial uses for the material. Just 10 tons are produced worldwide each year.
Source: China
Size: 0.75"
Purity: 99.9%