Series: Handbook on the Physics and Chemistry of Rare Earths Volume: 23
Edited By: KA Gschneidner and L Eyring
An examination of the widely varying range of rare-earth-element involvement on this planet. Areas covered include: use of chemical shifts in reagents of paramagnetic lanthanide complexes; the theory and application of the consequences of antenna-to-ion energy transfer and its relationship to supramolecular chemistry; the rationalization of crystal field parametrization; halide vapours and vapour complexes; and a review of the lanthanide composition of the oceans and the processes that control the lanthanide distribution. Particular attention is given to research on the hydrothermal vent systems.
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