Handbook on the Physics and Chemistry of Rare EarthsSeries Editor:
- K.A. Gschneidner, Iowa State University, Ames, IA, 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
This volume of the Handbook illustrates the rich variety of topics covered by rare earth science. Three chapters are devoted to the description of solid state compounds: skutterudites (Chapter 211), rare earth -antimony systems (Chapter 212), and rare earth-manganese perovskites (Chapter 214). Two other reviews deal with solid state properties: one contribution includes information on existing thermodynamic data of lanthanide trihalides (Chapter 213) while the other one describes optical properties of rare earth compounds under pressure (Chapter 217). Finally, two chapters focus on solution chemistry. The state of the art in unraveling solution structure of lanthanide-containing coordination compounds by paramagnetic nuclear magnetic resonance is outlined in Chapter 215. The potential of time-resolved, laser-induced emission spectroscopy for the analysis of lanthanide and actinide solutions is presented and critically discussed in Chapter 216.
Handbook on the Physics and Chemistry of Rare Earths
Hardbound, 680 Pages
- Preface. 211. Filled Skutterudites (B.C. Sales). 212. Rare Earth-Antimony Systems (O.L. Sologub, P.S. Salamakha). 213. Thermodynamic Properties of the Lanthanide (III) Halides (R.I.M. Konings, A. Kovacs). 214. Rare Earth-Manganese Perovskites (J.B. Goodenough). 215. Paramagnetic NMR Lanthanide Induced Shift for Extracting Solution Structure (C. Piguet, C. Geraldès). 216. Lanthanide and Actinide Solution Chemistry Studied by Time-resolved Laser-induced Spectrocopy (TRLS) (I. Billard). 217. Optical Studies of Non-metallic Rare Earth Compounds Under Pressure (Th. Tröster).