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Samarium powder appears silvery white in color and this metal can be traced out from minerals like cerite, gadonite, allanite, samarskite, etc. Its qualities include, relatively more dryness when exposed to air yet when it contacts with moisture it oxidizes soon. Its applications include glass manufacturing, ceramic production, electronic industries, and permanent magnets in combination with cobalt. Apart from that Samarium powder is also applied for its dielectric properties. It has been considered as a better alternative for platium-coblat magnets in terms of reduced expense in manufacturing magnets. It is manufactured using different methodologies to obtain in powder form as per industrial standards.