Handbook on the Physics and Chemistry of Rare EarthsEdited by
- Karl Gschneidner Jr., B.S. University of Detroit 1952 Ph.D. Iowa State University 1957, Iowa State University, Ames, USA
- Jean-Claude Bünzli, Diploma in chemical engineering (EPFL, 1968) PhD in inorganic chemistry (EPFL 1971), Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL), Institute of Chemical Sciences and Engineering, Lausanne, Switzerland. Diploma in chemical engineering (EPFL, 1968), PhD in inorganic chemistry (EPFL, 1971)
- Vitalij Pecharsky, B.S./M.S. L'viv State University, 1976 Ph.D. L'viv State University,, Iowa State University, Ames Laboratory, USA
The rare earths play a unique role in science. These seventeen related elements afford a panoply of subtle variations deriving from the systematic development of their electronic configurations, allowing a test of theory with excellent resolution. In contrast they find widespread use in even the most mundane processes such as steel making, for polishing materials and gasoline cracking catalysts. In between are exotic uses such as TV screen phosphors, lasers, high strength permanent magnets and chemical probes.This multi-volume handbook covers the entire rare earth field in an integrated manner. Each chapter is a comprehensive up-to-date, critical review of a particular segment of the field. The work offers the researcher and graduate student alike, a complete and thorough coverage of this fascinating field.
Researchers working on rare earth materials, Rare earth industry and University libraries.
Handbook on the Physics and Chemistry of Rare Earths
Hardbound, 418 Pages
Published: August 2005
- Rare-earth Materials for Solid Oxide Fuels (SOFC)(Natsuko Sakai, Katsuhiko Yamaji, Teruhisa Horita, Yue Ping Xiong and Harumi Yokokawa)Oxo-selenates of Rare Earth Elements (Mathias S. Wickleder)Rare-earth Beta-diketonates (Koen Binnemans)Molecular Recognition and Sensing via Rare Earth Complexes (Prof. Satoshi Shinoda, Dr. Hiroyuki Miyake, and Prof. Hiroshi Tsukube)