Handbook on the Physics and Chemistry of Rare Earths is a continuous series of books covering all aspects of rare earth science, including chemistry, life sciences, materials science, and physics.
The main emphasis of the handbook is on rare earth elements [Sc, Y and the lanthanides (La through Lu)], but whenever relevant, information is also included on the closely related actinide elements.
The individual chapters are comprehensive, broad, up-to-date, critical reviews written by highly experienced invited experts. The series, which was started in 1978 by Professor Karl A. Gschneidner Jr., combines and integrates both the fundamentals and applications of these elements, now publishing two volumes a year.
- Individual chapters are comprehensive, broad, critical reviews on the topic of rare earths
- Contributions are written by highly experienced, invited experts
- Up-to-date overviews of developments in the field
- Includes update on many of the closely related actinide elements
|Series:||Handbook on the Physics and Chemistry of Rare Earths Series , #45|
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About the Author
Professor J-C.G. Bünzli is a physical-inorganic and analytical chemist by training and an active researcher in the field of co-ordination and supramolecular chemistry of rare-earth ions. His research focuses mainly on designing self-assembled functional edifices containing rare-earth ions and with predetermined photophysical and/or magnetic properties.Professor V.K. Pecharsky is an active researcher in the field of structure-physical property relationships of rare earth-based intermetallic compounds. He co-authored over 250 papers published in peer reviewed journals and as chapters in books, holds 10 patents, mostly related to preparation and processing rare earth-based alloys.
Table of Contents
Philippe F. Smet
(X5S, Se; Z5Si, Ge, Sn) Chalcogenides 109
Hybrid Materials of the f-Elements Part II: The Uranyl Cation 163
Christopher L. Cahill
Progress in the Separation Processes for Rare Earth Resources