Separations of f Elements

  • Kenneth L. Nash
  • Gregory R. Choppin

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-viii
  2. Kenneth L. Nash, Gregory R. Choppin
    Pages 1-8
  3. Jing Yao, Rosalind M. Wharf, Gregory R. Choppin
    Pages 31-42
  4. Gordon D. Jarvinen, Richard E. Barrans Jr., Norman C. Schroeder, Karen L. Wade, Marianne M. Jones, Barbara F. Smith et al.
    Pages 43-62
  5. Aravamudan Gopalan, Vincent Huber, Nirmal Koshti, Hollie Jacobs, Orhan Zincircioglu, Paul Smith et al.
    Pages 77-98
  6. Kenneth L. Nash, Paul G. Rickert, Erik P. Lessmann, Michael D. Mendoza, Janine F. Feil, James C. Sullivan
    Pages 125-141
  7. R. Cahill, B. Shpeizer, G.-Z. Peng, L. Bortun, A. Clearfield
    Pages 165-176
  8. Louis D. Schulte, John R. FitzPatrick, Richard R. Salazar, Bradley S. Schake, Benjie T. Martinez
    Pages 199-208
  9. Kent D. Abney, Anthony B. Pinkerton, Richard C. Staroski, Norman C. Schroeder, Kenneth R. Ashley, J. Michael Adams et al.
    Pages 209-223
  10. D. J. Chaiko, Deepak, J. Gartelmann, Y. Vojta, E. Thuillet, C. J. Mertz
    Pages 225-240
  11. Ann R. Schake, Larry R. Avens, Dennis D. Padilla, David A. Romero, Laura A. Worl, F. Coyne Prenger et al.
    Pages 257-269
  12. Back Matter
    Pages 271-277

About this book


The symposium which provided the incentive for this volume was conducted in San th Diego, California as a part of the 207 National Meeting of the American Chemical Society, March 13-17, 1994. It was conceived partly to continue an informal decennial sequence of sym­ posia dedicated to the topic off element separations. A lot has changed in the world of f ele­ ments over the last ten years, precipitating a change in emphasis which should be evident to most practitioners in the field. Production and reprocessing of nuclear fuels are no longer the principal drivers of f element separation technology. Separations technology for environment restoration, waste disposal, and the preparation of high purity lanthanides are now the defming parameters in this important field. These imperatives are reflected in the contributions to this volume. The symposium itself must be considered a success, as the attendance at all sessions was above expectations, despite the fact that it was conducted on the last two days of a large five day meeting. Our thanks to the speakers for their quality presentations, and to the audience who persevered to the end of a long meeting and against the temptation of the excellent weather of San Diego in the springtime. A complete list of symposium participants is given in Appendix 1. Preparation of this volume has been a relatively painless undertaking, largely as a result ofthe high quality ofthe submitted papers.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Kenneth L. Nash
    • 1
  • Gregory R. Choppin
    • 2
  1. 1.Heavy Element Coordination Chemistry, Chemistry DivisionArgonne National LaboratoryArgonneUSA
  2. 2.Department of ChemistryFlorida State UniversityTallahasseeUSA

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