lanthanide


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lan·tha·nide

(lăn′thə-nīd′)
n.
Any of the chemically related elements with atomic numbers 57 through 71. Also called rare earth, rare-earth element.
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and Placenti, F.: 2007, The behavior of REEs in Thailand's Mae Klong estuary: Suggestions from the Y/Ho ratios and lanthanide tetrad effects.
(Eu|Sm) N are given for the normalized values of these lanthanides for coaly chondritis - C1 (Tsoy, 2013).
Tanner, "Synthesis and luminescence of nano-insulators doped with lanthanide ions," Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, vol.
Capobianco, "Synthesis of colloidal upconverting NaY[F.sub.4] nanocrystals doped with [Er.sup.3+], [Yb.sup.3+] and [Tm.sup.3+], [Yb.sup.3+] via thermal decomposition of lanthanide trifluoroacetate precursors," Journal of the American Chemical Society, vol.
For the nuclei included in our study, all chains of lanthanides begins as vibrational with R(4/2) near 2.0 and move towards rotational (R(4/2) [right arrow] 3.33) as neutron number increases.
The lanthanide ions like Pr being hard Lewis acids are more likely to bond with the oxygen atoms whereas transition metals like Cu are soft Lewis acids and are more likely to bond with the N atoms.
Acknowledgments: We thank the Department of Biotechnology for collaboration in the development of fluorescent lanthanide labels, and for providing the Borrelia cells.
and Calagari, A.A.: 2018b, Lanthanide tetrad effect in limestone: A tool to environment analysis of the Ruteh Formation, NW Iran.
'Personally, I am not aware of any application from Lynas to increase production of lanthanide at its factory here.
In connection with our previous work [17], poly (amidoxime-hydroxamic) acid resins were used for the sorption of various lanthanide ions [La.sup.3+], [Nd.sup.3+], [Sm.sup.3+], [Gd.sup.3+], and [Tb.sup.3+] from liquid systems.
The tridentate ligand is one of the most used for the preparation of lanthanide complexes [9, 15-17].