The Chemistry of the Actinide and Transactinide Elements, by Lester R. Morss, Norman M. Edelstein, Jean Fuger

By Lester R. Morss, Norman M. Edelstein, Jean Fuger

The fourth variation of «The Chemistry of the Actinide and Transactinide components» includes all chapters in volumes 1 via five of the 3rd variation (published in 2006) plus a brand new quantity 6. to stay in keeping with the plan of the 1st version, “ … to supply a entire and uniform remedy of the chemistry of the actinide [and transactinide] components for either the nuclear technologist and the inorganic and actual chemist,” and to be in keeping with the adulthood of the sector, the fourth variation is equipped in 3 components.

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R. 9 Applications of actinium References 44 27 42 INTRODUCTION The actinide series of elements encompasses all the 15 chemical elements that have properties attributable to the presence of low‐lying 7p, 6d, and 5f orbitals such that their tripositive ions have electronic configurations 7p06d05f n, where n ¼ 0,1,2,. ,14. According to this definition, actinium, element 89, is the first member of the actinide series of elements, although it has no 5f electrons in its metallic, gaseous, or ionic forms.

1982) determined stability constants for chloro and bromo complexes of Ac(III), among many others, by a solvent extraction procedure. A much larger contribution from inner‐sphere complex formation was observed in chloro than in bromo complexes for tripositive actinide ions. An empirical approach for predicting the stability of metal‐ion complexes has been applied to actinium (Kumok, 1978). On the basis of known and estimated ionic radii, Abramov et al. (1998) calculated the extraction constant Kex of Ac3þ with bis(2‐ethylhexyl)phosphoric acid (HDEHP) into toluene.

The relative amounts of actinium in partial precipitations of actinium tracer with lanthanum or other carriers are consistent with the relative solubilities of the compounds precipitated, where these are known or predictable. g. 2) (Weigel and Hauske, 1977). 2) to be 24 mg LÀ1. 3). 28 Â 10À5 M, about half that of Ac2(C2O4)3 under the same conditions. This unusual solubility of Ac2(C2O4)3 may be due to radiolysis. 001 M). 3 Solubility of actinium oxalate in aqueous media at 25 C (Ziv and Shestakova, 1965a).

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