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Modern aspects of rare earths and their complexes
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ISBN: 9780444510105 0444510109 9780080536682 0080536689 9786611026295 1281026298 Year: 2003 Publisher: Amsterdam ; Boston ; London : Elsevier,

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Modern Aspects of Rare Earth Complexes covers the chemistry of these elements along with their ever-growing list of applications. Some of the applications of mixed rare earths are as metallurgical additives for ferrous and non-ferrous metals, fluid cracking catalysts, lighter flints, polishing compounds in glasses, carbon arc cores for lighting and hydrogen absorbing alloys for rechargeable batteries. Some of the salient applications of high-purity rare earth elements are cathode ray tubes, automotive catalytic converters, permanent magnets in computer technology and sound sy


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Rare metal technology 2016 : proceedings of a symposium sponsored by the Hydrometallurgy and Electrometallurgy Committee and the Extraction & Processing Division of The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society (TMS) held during TMS 2016, 145th Annual Meeting & Exhibition, February 14-18, downtown Nashville, Tennessee, Music City Center
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ISBN: 1119274826 1119274834 Year: 2016 Publisher: Hoboken, New Jersey : Wiley : TMS,

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Rare Metal Technology 2022
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ISBN: 9783030926625 Year: 2022 Publisher: Cham Springer International Publishing :Imprint: Springer

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Rare metal technology 2022
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ISBN: 3030926613 3030926621 Year: 2022 Publisher: Cham, Switzerland : Springer,

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Systematics and the properties of the lanthanides
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ISBN: 9027716137 940097177X 9400971753 Year: 1983 Volume: vol 109 Publisher: Dordrecht Boston London Reidel

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Aqueous geochemistry of the rare earth elements in marine anoxic basins.
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ISBN: 9071577406 Year: 1992 Publisher: Utrecht Rijksuniversiteit Utrecht. Faculteit aardwetenschappen

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Rare Earth Element
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ISBN: 9535134027 9535134019 9535147269 Year: 2017 Publisher: IntechOpen

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Rare earth elements have significant physical and chemical properties, which have been made indispensable in many magnetic, electronic, and optical applications. For instance, rare earth magnets have high magnetic intensity that can be retained at high temperatures, making them ideal for aerospace applications. Moreover, rare earth elements allow to fabricate faster, smaller, and lighter devices such as cell phones and hard drives. They are also important for in-ear headphones, microphones, loudspeakers, optical fibers, smartphones, and tablet computers. All these technological possibilities have made sure that the rare earth elements are part of the daily life. Therefore, this book has a main objective to let the readers know useful information about the rare earth elements that possibly allow development of the researches in different fields of science where the rare earth elements are used.


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Rare metal technology 2015 : proceedings of a symposium sponsored by the Minerals, Metals & Materials Society (TMS) held during the TMS 2015, 144th Annual Meeting & Exhibition, March 15-19, Walt Disney World, Orlando, Florida, USA
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ISBN: 1119093244 Year: 2015 Publisher: Hoboken, New Jersey : Wiley : TMS,

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Lanthanides
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ISBN: 178985010X 1789850096 1838818332 Year: 2019 Publisher: IntechOpen

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This edited book Lanthanides is a collection of research chapters, offering an excellent review of recent applications in our lives. It consists of a number of interesting chapters by scientists and researchers from different parts of the world. The book is divided into six chapters. The first chapter is a short introduction that explains the nature and purpose of the book and the logic and significance of its contents. In the second chapter, Katarzyna Kiegiel et al. introduce novel apparatus solutions, for example membrane contactors in the extraction stage and different types of matrices (uranium ore, phosphorites, etc.). The third chapter by Dariusz Sala and Bogus?aw Bieda from AGH University of Science and Technology, Management Department, Poland, describes the development of the life cycle inventory to rare earth elements (REEs) based on secondary sources, conducted according to ISO 14040 (2006) guidelines. Chapter 4 concentrates on lanthanide soil chemistry and shows how the soil chemistry of REEs may support soil science investigations. Dmitry V. Ladonin in Chapter 5 studies the content of forms of lanthanides in soddy-calcareous soils at different distances from the Cherepovets steel mill (Vologda region, Russia). The author concludes that the individual properties of lanthanides are clearly manifested in their interaction with soil components. The largest part of the fraction, bound to organic matter, contains medium lanthanides, while the heavy lanthanides are bound to Fe and Mn (hydr)oxides. The last chapter discusses ecological and physiological impacts of lanthanides on algae as primary producers in aquatic environments. This book will definitely encourage readers, researchers, and scientists to look further into the frontier topics of lanthanides and opens new possible research paths for further novel development.


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Rare Earth Frontiers : From Terrestrial Subsoils to Lunar Landscapes
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ISBN: 9781501714610 1501714619 9781501714603 1501714600 9781501714580 1501714589 9781501714597 1501714597 Year: 2017 Publisher: Ithaca : Cornell University Press,

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Rare Earth Frontiers is a work of human geography that serves to demystify the powerful elements that make possible the miniaturization of electronics, green energy and medical technologies, and essential telecommunications and defense systems. Julie Michelle Klinger draws attention to the fact that the rare earths we rely on most are as common as copper or lead, and this means the implications of their extraction are global. Klinger excavates the rich historical origins and ongoing ramifications of the quest to mine rare earths in ever more impossible places. Klinger writes about the devastating damage to lives and the environment caused by the exploitation of rare earths. She demonstrates in human terms how scarcity myths have been conscripted into diverse geopolitical campaigns that use rare earth mining as a pretext to capture spaces that have historically fallen beyond the grasp of centralized power. These include legally and logistically forbidding locations in the Amazon, Greenland, and Afghanistan, and on the Moon. Drawing on ethnographic, archival, and interview data gathered in local languages and offering possible solutions to the problems it documents, this book examines the production of the rare earth frontier as a place, a concept, and a zone of contestation, sacrifice, and transformation.

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