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Actinides in Animals and Man

  • Thomas E. Albrecht-Schmitt
  • Peter C. Burns
  • Sergey V. Krivovichev

Abstract

Hydrothermal synthesis generally refers to the preparation of known and novel compounds in water at above-ambient conditions. A somewhat broader approach is taken here to include important compounds derived from ambienttemperature aqueous reactions. Hydrothermal preparative techniques are very old, and compounds such as barium carbonate were prepared in superheated water by Bunsen as early as the 1830s (Kolis and Korzenski, 1999). Since this time the methodology has undergone many revolutions and modifications centered around containing superheated water and the reactants therein at high temperatures and pressures.

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Electron Capture Plasma Clearance Citrate Complex Uranium Compound Trivalent Actinide 
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