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Ytterbium: Atomic Number 70, atomic weight 173.04, element name comes from its discovery site. Mariniak separated ytterbium oxide from Er soil in 1878. In 1907, urban and weils pointed out that mariniak separated a mixture of lutetium oxide and ytterbium oxide. The content of ytterbium in the earth's crust is 0.000266%. Ytterbium is mainly found in yttrium phosphate ore and black rare gold ore. there are seven kinds of natural isotopes.
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