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Terbium oxide can refer to multiple compounds.
- Terbium(III) oxide, formed by the precipitation of most terbium(III) compounds. This oxide tends to absorb water, carbon dioxide, or other acidic vapors.
- Terbium(III,IV) oxide, formed by burning terbium metal. This is the most common oxide of terbium.
- Terbium dioxide, formed by treating terbium(III,IV) oxide with oxygen under extreme conditions.