|LC Classifications||QD172 A3 M313|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||145|
Crystal chemistry of simple compounds of uranium, thorium, plutonium, neptunium.. [E S Makarov] Crystal chemistry of simple compounds of uranium, thorium, plutonium, neptunium. New York, Consultants Bureau, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors. Thoride-rich compounds crystallize in uncommon crystal structures, but thoride-poor compounds have structures which are commonly found in transition element compounds. Crystal structure data are presented for: U 2 RhNi, NaT1-type, a 0 = Ǻ and five isostructural compounds; ThRhA1, Fe 2 P-type, a 0 = Ǻ, c 0 = Ǻ and 28 Cited by: 4. The SON 68 18 17 L1C2A2v1 glass selected in France for vitrification of light water reactor (LWR) solution, was spiked successively with, a mivture of uranium and thorium, neptunium, plutonium and. This review focuses on the rich chemistry of hydrated metal ions in the gas phase, covering coordination chemistry, charge separation in multiply .
Chemical Thermodynamics of Uranium is the first book in a series of monographs providing a critical review of the thermodynamic properties of the actinide elements and their compounds; it was followed by monographs on neptunium, plutonium, americium and technetium and their compounds. neptunium and plutonium, but has enhanced the consistency of the TDB as a whole. Despite the extended time-frame, most of the original participants in the project have persisted through to its completion - perhaps an indication of the importance the. The end product of the neptunium series is Bi, which is the only stable isotope of bismuth. Seven α- and four β-decays are required in the sequence from the parent Np to Bi. An important nuclide in the neptunium decay series is the uranium isotope U. Some intermediate phases in the thorium-technetium and uranium-technetium systems Author links open overlay panel J.B. Darby Jr. A.F. Berndt ∗ J.W. Downey Show moreCited by: 6.
What are YAG crystals used for? How are new elements created? Find out the answers to these and other fascinating questions in 'Uranium and the Rare Earth Metals'. This book investigates the uses for these elements, from tracer bullets to television sets. It explains isotopes, half-lives, and the different forms of radiation. This book explores both the wonderful and terrible ways in . Abstract. During the thirty years which have elapsed since the discovery of plutonium in (S eaborg et al., ) all aspects of its chemistry have been intensively studied and plutonium is now amongst the best understood elements in the periodic by: Synthesis and Crystal Structures. Inorganic Chemistry , 42 (13), DOI: /icv. Synthetic Routes to Monomeric Compounds of Tetravalent Uranium and Thorium Containing Halide and Amide Ligands. Inorganic Chemistry , 38 Neptunium and plutonium complexes with a sterically encumbered triamidoamine (TREN) scaffoldCited by: The text then describes the nuclear or radiochemical records and chemical properties of the different members of the actinide series such as thorium, uranium, plutonium, and einsteinium. The book also explains the differences between the 5f shell and the 4f Edition: 1.