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n. - A ductile silvery-white ductile ferromagnetic trivalent metallic element of the rare earth group.

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  • The most effective and common of these clinical agents contain a toxic metal called gadolinium, that is sequestered by wrapping the metal in organic molecules called...
  • The most effective and common of these clinical agents contain a toxic metal called gadolinium, which is sequestered by wrapping the metal in organic molecules called...
  • Thomsen and his colleagues ¬≠believed the drug, which contained a toxic metal called gadolinium, was directly linked to the incapacitating ¬≠illness of their patients.
  • Her captain wanted fissionables and gadolinium; Count Lionel was building more ships.
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