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587133 Aldrich

Lutetium(III) bromide

anhydrous, 99.99%

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Inorganic Halides for Scintillation

The 1948 discovery by Hofstadter that sodium iodide doped with thallium exhibits extremely high light-yield and conversion efficiency launched the era of modern radiation spectrometry.1 More than hal...
Luke Grocholl
Chemfiles Volume 5 Article 13
Keywords: Absorption, Applications, Materials Science, Methods, Scintillation

The Rare Earth Crisis—The Supply/Demand Situation for 2010–2015

K.A. Gschneidner, Jr. Ames Laboratory, U.S. Department of Energy and Department of Materials Science and Engineering Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa 50011-3020, USA Email: cagey@ameslab.gov
Keywords: Absorption, Automotive, Capillary electrophoresis, Catalysis, Ceramics, Coloring agents, Detection methods, Environmental, Industries, Magnetic resonance imaging, Materials Science, Oxidations, Poisons, Reductions, Scintillation, Semiconductor, Separation, Substitutions

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