Cerium Trinitrate is accessible in colorless crystalline form. This chemical is hygroscopic and it tends to decompose at 200 degree C. It easily dilutes in acetone, C2H5OH and water. Cerium Trinitrate is produced as a result of reaction between cerium salt and nitric acid. It is required for isolating Ce from rare earth metals, for production of incandescent mantles and also as catalyst during hydrolysis of phosphoric acid esters. Pure composition, non-toxic content and long storage life are the key features of this substance.