Biochemistry of Scandium and Yttrium, Part 1: Physical and Chemical Fundamentals

  title={Biochemistry of Scandium and Yttrium, Part 1: Physical and Chemical Fundamentals},
  author={Chaim T. Horovitz},
  booktitle={Biochemistry of the Elements},
  • C. T. Horovitz
  • Published in Biochemistry of the Elements 30 November 1999
  • Chemistry
Extractive Separation of Scandium from Strongly Alkaline Solution by Quaternary Ammonium Salt
ABSTRACT Extraction and separation of scandium(III) from concentrated sodium hydroxide solution using quaternary ammonium salt (Aliquat 336, CH3R3NOH) in kerosene as a diluent with 10% (v/v) octanol
Radioactive Main Group and Rare Earth Metals for Imaging and Therapy.
Fundamental concepts of drug design and applications are introduced, with particular emphasis on bifunctional chelators (BFCs), which ensure secure consolidation of the radiometal and targeting vector and are integral for optimal drug performance.
Adsorption of Scandium and Neodymium on Biochar Derived after Low-Temperature Pyrolysis of Sawdust
The objective of this study was to investigate the adsorption of two rare earth elements (REEs), namely scandium (Sc) and neodymium (Nd), on biochar produced after low temperature pyrolysis (350 °C)
Interesting properties of p-, d-, and f-block elements when coordinated with dipicolinic acid and its derivatives as ligands: their use as inorganic pharmaceuticals
Abstract This is a review of the literature concerning the interesting properties of p-, d-, and f-block elements when coordinated with 2,6-pyridinedicarboxylic acid (dipicolinic acid, H2 dipic) and


Background Values of 32 Elements in Dutch Topsoils, Determined with Non-Destructive Neutron Activation Analysis
The ranges of background values of 32 elements in Dutch topsoils (0–10 cm) are presented. For this purpose soil samples were collected in 28 nature reserves. The samples were analysed by means of
Environmental chemistry of the elements
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Chemical and Mineralogical Composition of the Mud‐Water Interface of the Lake Huleh (Israel) Preserve
There is scant information about the chemical composition of the mud-water interface in shallow, aerobic, eutrophic bodies of water. This study is concerned with the chemical and mineralogical
Trace elements in street and house dusts: sources and speciation.
The geochemistry of a mummy, Geochem
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Biological and Environmental Reference Materials for Trace Elements, Nuclides and Organic Micronutrients, IAEA, Vienna
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Biogeochemistry of trace metals
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Geochemistry of some rocks, mine spoils, stream sediments, plants, and waters in the Western Energy Region of the Conterminous United States, U.S. Geol
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Regional Lake Sediment and Water Geochemical Reconnaissance Data, Ontario