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Published by McGraw-Hill .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes index for The transuranium elements.

Statementedited by Glenn T. Seaborg and Joseph J. Katz.
SeriesNational nuclear energy series;division 4, vol.14A
ContributionsSeaborg, Glenn T. 1912-, Katz, Joseph J. 1912-
The Physical Object
Pagination870p.,ill.,24cm
Number of Pages870
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21455827M

from book The Chemistry of the Actinide and Transactinide Elements (pp) The Chemistry of the Actinide and Transactinide Elements Chapter . The actinide series is the 15 chemical elements between actinium and lawrencium on the periodic have the atomic numbers between 89 - The actinide series is named after actinium. All of the elements are radioactive. Uranium is the most common natural actinide, and thorium second.. The actinide elements.

The Chemistry of the Actinide Elements | The. first edition of this work appeared almost thirty years ago, when, as we can see in retrospect, the study of the actinide elements was in its first bloom. Although the broad features of the chemistry of the actinide elements were by then quite weil delineated, the treatment of the subject in the first edition was of necessity largely . Actinides are derived from the first element of the series which is actinium. The actinide series are referred with the symbol an. These series consists of a family of 15 elements that range between 89 and Explore more about the properties and uses of actinides at

  The lanthanides or lanthanoid series is a group of transition metals located on the periodic table in the first row (period) below the main body of the table. The lanthanides are commonly referred to as the rare earth elements (REE), although many people group scandium and yttrium together under this label as well. 7. Thermochemical properties of the actinide elements and selected actinide-noble metal intermetallics (J.W. Ward, P.D. Kleinschmidt and D.E. Peterson). 8. Chemical behaviour of transuranic elements in natural aquatic systems (J.I. Kim). 9. Formation and recycling of minor actinides in nuclear power stations (L. Koch).


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This volume is a continuation of the five volumes of "The Chemistry of the Actinide and Transactinide Elements" (published ). It expounds on topics in actinide science that are undergoing rapid scientific developments and that are germane to the safe development of nuclear energy in the 21 st century, from nuclear fuels to the environmental science and Format: Hardcover.

The Actinides: Electronic Structure and Related Properties, Volume II presents a comprehensive review of the pertinent information and the existing body of knowledge on the electric structure of the actinide elements, compounds, and alloys. This book discusses the. ―Lanthanide and Actinide Chemistry, Simon Cotton, Uppingham School, Uppingham, Rutland, UK.

Lanthanide and Actinide Chemistry is a one-volume account of the Lanthanides (including scandium and yttrium), the Actinides and the Transactinide elements, intended as an introductory treatment for undergraduate and postgraduate by: There are 15 actinide elements.

The electronic configurations of the actinides utilize the f sublevel, with the exception of lawrencium, a d-block element.

Depending on your interpretation of the periodicity of the elements, the series begins with actinium or thorium, continuing to lawrencium. The usual list of elements in the actinide series is. Actinide Elements 89 – Actinium 90 – Thorium 91 – Protactinium 92 – Uranium 93 – Neptunium 94 – Plutonium 95 – Americium 96 – Curium 97 – Berkelium 98 – Californium 99 – Einsteinium – Fermium – Mendelevium – Nobelium – Lawrencium Miscellany Actinides in the environment Major actinide Minor actinide.

The Actinides: Electronic Structure and Related Properties, Volume II presents a comprehensive review of the pertinent information and the existing body of knowledge on the electric structure of the actinide elements, compounds, and alloys.

This book discusses the behavior of actinides in detail. Organized into eight chapters, this volume begins with an. This was followed by a survey volume, The Actinide Elements, in the same Series (Div. IVA) in Since the publication of the latter book, four new heavy elements have been synthesized (einsteinium to nobelium) and considerable extensions have been made to our knowledge of the properties of the previously known actinides.

Lanthanide and Actinide Chemistry is a one-volume account of the Lanthanides (including scandium and yttrium), the Actinides and the Transactinide elements, intended as an introductory treatment for undergraduate and postgraduate students.

The principal features of these elements are set out in detail, enabling clear comparison and contrast. The chemical properties of each of the elements 99 (Es) through are reviewed and their properties correlated with the electronic structure expected for 5f and 6d elements.

A major feature of the heavier actinides, which differentiates them from the comparable lanthanides, is the increasing stability of the divalent oxidation state with. The first edition of this work appeared almost thirty years ago, when, as we can see in retrospect, the study of the actinide elements was in its first bloom.

Although the broad features of the chemistry of the actinide elements were by then quite well delineated, the treatment of the subject in the first edition was of necessity largely descriptive in nature. The Chemistry of the Actinide and Transactinide Elements is the contemporary and definitive exposition of chemical properties of all of the actinide elements, especially of the technologically important elements uranium and plutonium, as well as the transactinide elements.

In addition to the comprehensive treatment of the chemical properties of each element, ions and compounds. About this book. Introduction. The first edition of this work appeared almost thirty years ago, when, as we can see in retrospect, the study of the actinide elements was in its first bloom.

Although the broad features of the chemistry of the actinide elements were by then quite well delineated, the treatment of the subject in the first edition. The first edition of this work appeared almost thirty years ago, when, as we can see in retrospect, the study of the actinide elements was in its first bloom.

Although the broad features of the chemistry of the actinide elements were by then quite well delineated, the treatment of the subject inBrand: Springer Netherlands. The actinide elements are a unique series of elements with properties changing from those of the transition elements to those typical of the localised partially filled shell.

In the first part of the series (from Pa to Pu) the 5f electrons are similar to the d electrons in the transition metals, in particular they hybridize with the 6d and 7s.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Oetting, F.L. (Franklin Lee), Actinide elements. Vienna: International Atomic Energy Agency, Chemistry of the actinide elements. London, Methuen; New York, Wiley [] (OCoLC) Online version: Katz, Joseph J.

(Joseph Jacob), Chemistry of the actinide elements. London, Methuen; New York, Wiley [] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Joseph J Katz; Glenn T Seaborg. The role of actinide behavior in waste management / John W.

Bartlett Moisture and solute transport in porous media / Merlin L. Wheeler The migration of plutonium and americium in the lithosphere / S.

Fried, A.M. Friedman, J.J. Hines, R.W. Atcher, L.A. Rare earth metals. Actinide elements. Title. Inorganic chemistry (John Wiley & Sons) QDR2C68 —dc22 British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library ISBN (Cloth) (Paper).

The actinide elements are the 15 chemical elements with atomic numbers 89 throughthe first member of which is actinium and the last member is lawrencium (Fig.

New York: McGraw-Hill, First Edition. Large Octavo. Item # p. From the library of LeRoy Eyring a research chemist and Founder, Center for Solid State Science.

Eyring is recognized as the authority on rare earth oxides, a collection of chemical elements, including scandium, yttrium, and Lanthanide Series. Laid into the book is a 3p.

carbon copy of Dr. @article{osti_, title = {Chemistry of the actinide elements. Second edition}, author = {Katz, J.J. and Seaborg, G.T. and Morss, L.R.}, abstractNote = {This is an exhaustive, updated discourse on the chemistry of Actinides, Volume 1 contains a systematic coverage of the elements Ac, Th, Pa, U, Np, and Pu, which constitutes Part 1 of the work.This volume is a continuation of the five volumes of "The Chemistry of the Actinide and Transactinide Elements" (published ).

It expounds on topics in actinide science that are undergoing rapid scientific developments and that are germane to the safe development of nuclear energy in the 21 Price: $  The.

first edition of this work appeared almost thirty years ago, when, as we can see in retrospect, the study of the actinide elements was in its first bloom. Although the broad features of the chemistry of the actinide elements were by then quite weil delineated, the treatment of the subject in Author: J.J.

Katz.