Proceedings of the Moscow Symposium on the Chemistry of Transuranium Elements - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780080206387, 9781483160757

Proceedings of the Moscow Symposium on the Chemistry of Transuranium Elements

1st Edition

Editors: V. I. Spitsyn Joseph J. Katz
eBook ISBN: 9781483160757
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 1st January 1976
Page Count: 282
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Table of Contents



On Some Outstanding Soviet Scientists Who Took Part in the Development of the Transuranium Element Problem

Investigation of the Transplutonium Oxides by X-Ray and Electron Diffraction

Ions of the Superheavy Elements in Vacuum and in Solution

Comments On Mendeleev's Table

Reduction Studies of Trivalent Californium and Einsteinium

Standard EᵒM(II-III) and E°M(III-IV) Electrode Potentials For Each Member of the Lanthanide and Actinide Series

Oxidation-Reduction Reactions of the Transuranium Elements

Dependence of the Extraction Selectivity On Extractant Structure

Isolation of Transplutonium Elements On Ionites in Aqueous-Alcohol Media

Investigation of the Interaction of Neptunium(V) With Multicharged Cations

Preparation and Properties of Transuranium Element-Noble Metal Alloy Phases

Some Selected Topics in Actinide, Transactinide, and Superheavy Elements Research at Oak Ridge

Recent Advances in the Determination of the Physico-Chemical Properties of Curium, Berkelium, Californium, and Einsteinium

Octahedral Complexes of Transuranium Elements

Problem of Actinide and Transactinide Valency in the Light of D. I. Mendeleev's Law

Infrared Absorption Spectra of Neptunium Compounds

Radiolysis of Alkaline Aqueous Solutions of Hexa- and Heptavalent Neptunium and Plutonium Compounds

Some Methods For Recovery of Transplutonium Elements

Oxidation-Reduction Behaviour of Bk in Nitric Acid Solutions

The Crystal Chemistry of Some Transuranium Element Chalcogenides

The Methods of Co-Crystallization and Adsorption in the Study of the Chemical Properties of Ultramicroquantities of Transuranium Elements

Bond Strengths in Actinide(VI) Oxocations

The Kinetics of Uranium and Neptunium Oxidation-Reduction Reactions in Non-Aqueous Media

Future Possibilities of Producing Superheavy Elements in Fission Reactions

The Preparation and Investigation of High Purity Americium Metal

Determination of the Standard Redox Potential For The Reaction Me²=+Mᵌ++E For Californium and Einsteinium

On Some Regularities of the Periodic System and the Chemical Properties of the Transuranium Elements

Use of the Highest Valent States of Americium and Berkelium For Isolation and Determination of these Elements

Solvent Extraction of Transplutonium Elements by Mixtures of Extractants

On The Synthesis of Some New Neptunium Compounds

A Solvent Extraction-Ion Exchange Process For The Recovery of Transplutonium Elements From Power Reactor Fuels

Contribution To The Study of U(V) Ions and Pentavalent Transuranics in Aqueous Solution

Hydrolysis and Complexing of Tetravalent Plutonium

Reduction of Mendelevium To Monovalent State

Features of Kinetics and Mechanism of Some Oxidation-Reduction of Np, Pu and U

Redox Properties of 5f Elements

X-Ray Studies of Curium Oxides

Radiation-Chemical Behaviour of Transuranium Element Ions in Nitric Acid Solutions

The Separation and Purification of Americium and Curium On The Multigram Scale

On The Problem of the Position of Transuranium Elements in the Periodic Table

The Thermodynamics of Cation-Cationic Oxidation-Reduction Reactions of Uranium and Transuranium Elements

Study of Americium(VI) and (V) Behaviour in Some Complexing Media

Some Regularities of Actinide Element Extraction

On The Existence of Neptunium Protoxide-Oxide

Acidocomplex Salts in Actinide Chemistry

French Experience in the Separation of Transuranium Elements by TLA Extraction

Some Features of the Chemistry of Neptunium and Plutonium in the Highest Oxidation State

Reduction of Cfᵌ+, Esᵌ+ and Fmᵌ+ To The Divalent State in Aqueous Ethanolic Solutions

Calculational Chemistry of the Superheavy Elements; Comparison With Elements of the 7th Period

The Elucidation of Actinide Fluoride Structures Using Single Crystal X-Ray and Optical Microscopy Techniques

Subject Index


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