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Rare Earths-Science Technology and Applications III

Science, Technology & Applications III
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Minerals, Metals, & Materials Society
Earth Sciences, Industrial applications of scientific research & technological innovation, Materials science, Materials, Earth Sciences - Mineralogy, Congresses, Rare earth metals, Science, Material Science, Science/Mathematics, Magnetic properties, Electric batteries, Rare earth metal alloys, Ge
ContributionsTms Reactive Metals Committee (Corporate Author), Renato G. Bautista (Editor), C. O. Bounds (Editor), Truman W. Ellis (Editor), B. T. Kilbourn (Editor)
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
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Open LibraryOL8378004M
ISBN 100873393635
ISBN 139780873393638

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Applications of Rare Earth Luminescent. (iii) The difference in growth rates of various applications. Rare earths or lanthanides. The International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry defines the rare earths as comprising the lanthanides, from lanthanum (Z = 57) to lute- tium (Z = 71) together with yttrium (Z = 39) and scandium (Z = 21).

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Inclusion of Group 3 elements (Sc, Y and La) and Group 13 elements (particularly Al) demonstrates how the Lanthanides relate to transition metals and main group elements in the Periodic Table.

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The rare earths or rare-earth elements (REEs) are the series of elements in the Periodic Table with an atomic number Z ranging from 57 to 71, i.e. from lanthanum to lutetium (the lanthanides.

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it is evident that these metal fluorides can react with REOs to form rare earth fluorides, and the formed NdF 3 can further be reduced at the cathode. The metal oxides Al 2 O 3, ZnO, and Fe 2 O 3 are formed in the system during the formation of NdF should be noted that in argon atmosphere and at low oxygen pressure, in reaction (), it is expected that, instead of Fe 2 O 3, FeO could be.

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