The rare earths represent a group of chemical elements, the lanthanides, together with scandium and yttrium, which exhibit similar chemical properties. They are strategically important to developed and developing nations as they have a wide variety of applications in catalysis, the defense industry, aerospace, the materials and life sciences and in sustainable energy technologies.
The Handbook on the Physics and Chemistry of the Rare Earths is a continuing authoritative series that deals with the science and technology of the rare earth elements 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 a complete and thorough coverage of this fascinating field.
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Ionic liquids: new hopes for efficient lanthanide/actinide extraction and separation? Isabelle Billard
Recycling of rare earths from scrap, M. Tanaka, T. Oki, K. Koyama, H. Narita, T. Oishi
Structural properties of lanthanides at ultra high pressure, Gopi K. Samudrala and Yogesh K. Vohra
Thermodynamic properties of scandium, yttrium and the lanthanide metals, John William Arblaster
Pecharsky, Vitalij K.
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.