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lutetium

 (Lu) [loo-te´she-um]
a chemical element, atomic number 71, atomic weight 174.97. (See Appendix 6.)

lu·te·ti·um (Lu),

(lū-tē'shē-ŭm),
A rare earth element; atomic no. 71, atomic wt. 174.967.
Synonym(s): lutecium
[L. Lutetia, Paris]

lu·te·ti·um

(lū-tē'shē-ŭm)
A rare earth element; atomic no. 71, atomic wt. 174.967.
[L. Lutetia, Paris]
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To create the new material, the researchers started with thin, atomically precise films of hexagonal lutetium iron oxide (LuFeO3), a material known to be a robust ferroelectric, but not strongly magnetic.
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Finally, the TRIUMF facility in Vancouver can add another notch in its panoply of cutting-edge achievements with the opening of the Advanced Rare Isotope Laboratory (ARIEL), allowing researchers to analyze rare radioactive isotopes like bismuth, lutetium, strontium and yttrium.
The rare earths metals or elements typically include scandium (Sc-21), yttrium (Y-39) and the lanthanides - lanthanum (La-57), cerium (Ce-58), praseodymium (Pr-59), neodymium (Nd-60), promethium (Pm-61), samarium (Sm-62), europium (Eu-63), gadolinium (Gd-64), terbium (Tb-65), dysprosium (Dy-66), holmium (Ho-67), erbium (Er-68), thulium (Tm-69), ytterbium (Yb-70), and lutetium (Lu-71).
This scanner contains 24,336 lutetium oxyorthosilicate (LSO) crystals in 39 detector rings and has an axial field of view of 16.2 cm and 82 transverse slices of 2.0 mm thickness.
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