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  1. Element Gadolinium Gd Lanthanide About Gadolinium Gadolin the professor of chemistry at the Royal Academy of Abo received a sample of mineral found in a quarry in the Swedish village Ytterby near Stockholm by careful experiments he isolated a rare earth oxide...
  2. Ytterby is a village on the Swedish island of Resarö in Vaxholm Municipality in the Stockholm archipelago New Lanthanide and Ytterby See more » Yttrium Yttrium is a chemical element with symbol Y and atomic number 39 New Lanthanide and Yttrium See more » Yttrium iron garnet...
  3. Lanthanide Lanthanum crustal abundance is 29x10-3 mass in sea water 29x10-6 mg/L Along with other rare earth elements it is contained in monazite bastnasite loparite and in apatiteThese minerals are the main source from which Lanthanum may be took out Total crustal abundance of lanthanum and lanthanides is estimated to be 178x10-2 mass and is bigger for lanthanides with even numbers...
  4. the four elements Yttrium Y Ytterbium Yb Terbium Tb and Erbium Er were named after the Swedish village Ytterby...
  5. The lanthanide series of inner-transition metals with atomic numbers ranging from 57 to 71 is located on the second bottom row of the periodic table Fig 11 The lanthanide series of the Swedish village of Bastnäs where cerium ore was mined in the late 1800s It is a fluoro-carbonate of...
  6. The Swedish village of Ytterby has the honour of having four different chemical elements all named after it Three of the four are members of the lanthanide series with atomic numbers between 57 and 71 but one with atomic number 39 is classified as a transition metal...
  7. Lanthanum is found with other lanthanides in the ore minerals monazite bastnaesite and xenotime and in other minerals It was discovered in 1839 by the Swedish chemist Carl G Mosander Scientists have created many radioactive isotopes of lanthanum The physical and chemical properties of the lanthanides are given...
  8. In a given ore for example Ytterbite which takes as name from the Swedish village Ytterby the oxides of Yttrium and Cerium were first discovered Other lanthanides are used in magnets steel...
  9. Jan 23 2014 0183 32 Luminescent lanthanide reporters new concepts for use in bioanalytical applications A Swedish mineralogist Cronstedt first discovered a new heavy mineral from a mine in Sweden in 1752 but it was mistakenly thought to be calcium iron silicate although it contained lanthanid from the name of the village Ytterby This oxide was...
  10. The lanthanide series is a unique class of 15 elements with relatively similar chemical properti Yb was discovered in 1878 by the Swiss chemist Jean Charles Galissard de Marignac and named the element after the Swedish village Ytterby where the element was discovered...
  11. Named after the Swedish village of Ytterby 63 Eu Europium Named after the continent of Europe 100 Fm Fermium Named after the physicist Enrico Fermi the inventor of the first nuclear reactor 9 F Fluorine Latin fluere to flow 87 Fr Francium Named after France the country in which it was first isolated 64 Gd Gadolinium...
  12. So for instance the actinide berkelium was named after Berkeley because the lanthanide above it terbium was named after the Swedish village Ytterby where it was quarried When it came to californium an artificial element first produced in 1950 the equivalent lanthanide would be dysprosium which comes from the Greek for hard to get...
  13. Jan 27 2012 0183 32 Lanthanum is a white malleable metal it is the first member of the third series of transition metals and the first of the rare earths Lanthanum is found with other lanthanides in the ore minerals monazite bastnaesite and xenotime and in other minerals It was discovered in 1839 by the Swedish chemist Carl G Mosander...
  14. Discovered near Swedish village of Ytterby 71 Lu Lutetium 9 84 1663 176 С Most refractory and heavy in series of lanthanides Provider Supplier Evek offers to buy rare-earth metals price is optimal in this rental segment Full compliance with international quality standards Supplier Evek offers to buy any rare earth metal from...
  15. It is named after the Swedish village of Ytterby as were yttrium terbium and yttrium It is found in the Earth s crust at a concentration of 3 ppm making it the 43 most abundant element It is obtained from the ore monazite see introduction which contains about 01 ytterbium it is also found in bastnasite which contains about 00006...
  16. Ytterbium was discovered in Ytterby the Swedish village which Yttrium Terbium and Erbium also draw their name from It is a solid metal at room temperature with a melting point of 824 176 c and a boiling point of 1196 176 c The lanthanide series contains 15 metallic elements from number 57 lanthanum to 71 lutetium They are located in group...
  17. The Crossword Solver found 20 answers to the A lanthanide one of four elements all named after the same mining village in Sweden crossword clue The Crossword Solver finds answers to American-style crosswords British-style crosswords general knowledge crosswords and cryptic crossword puzzl Enter the answer length or the answer pattern to get better results...
  18. Rare Earth Elements Lanthanide Series Discovered By Jean de Marignac Discovery Date 1878 Switzerland Name Origin Named for the Swedish village of Ytterby Density g/cc 69654 Melting Point K 1097 Boiling Point K 1466 Appearance Silvery lustrous malleable and ductile metal...
  19. A Swedish mineralogist Cronstedt from the name of the village Ytterby This oxide was later separated into fractions named yttria erbia and terbia but these were yet again the lanthanide emission by absorbing excitation energy and transferring it to the lanthanide ion and iii enables chemical coupling to...
  20. Yttrium was discovered in 1789 by Johan Gadolin a Finnish chemist who analyzed the composition of a new mineral from a quarry near the Swedish village of Ytterby Yttrium is primarily obtained through solvent extraction processes from a type of clay deposit found in China...
  21. The mineral gadolinite Ce La Nd Y 2 FeBe 2 Si 2 O 10 discovered in a quarry near the town of Ytterby Sweden has been the source of a great number of rare earth elementsIn 1843 Carl Gustaf Mosander a Swedish chemist was able to separate gadolinite into three materials which he named yttria erbia and terbia...
  22. Yttrium is chemically similar to lanthanides and relatively stable in air Yttrium compounds give color television its red color Ytterby a Swedish village is located near a quarry that contained minerals comprised of rare earth elements and other elements This village gave way to the name of this and three other elements...
  23. History In 1787 Swedish part-time chemist Carl Axel Arrhenius found a heavy black rock near the Swedish village of Ytterby Sweden part of the Stockholm Archipelago Thinking that it was an unknown mineral containing the newly discovered element tungsten he named it ytterbite Finnish scientist Johan Gadolin identified a new oxide or earth in Arrhenius sample in 1789 and published...
  24. Oct 28 2019 0183 32 The lanthanide and actinide series below the body of the periodic table are transition metals too Todd Helmenstine The largest family of elements consists of transition metals The center of the periodic table contains the transition metals plus the two rows below the body of the table lanthanides and actinides are special transition metals...