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a grey tetravalent metallic element that resembles zirconium chemically and is found in zirconium minerals

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The new studies imply that the moon forming collision occurred after all of the hafnium had decayed completely into tungsten.
Only one in many billions of hafnium atoms is believed to be of the sought-after kind.
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The Temagami Banded Iron Formation, which was formed 2,700 million years ago during the Neoarchean period, can be used as an archive because the isotopic composition of many chemical elements such as Hafnium and Neodymium directly mirrors the composition of Neoarchean seawater.
NBTXR3, the lead compound of Nanobiotix's NanoXray product pipeline, is a nanoparticle formulation of hafnium oxide crystals for the local treatment of tumors to enhance the efficiency of radiotherapy.
1% by weight material having a refractive index higher than the aluminum oxide, and wherein the material having the refractive index higher than the aluminum oxide includes at least one: zirconium oxide, yttrium oxide, hafnium oxide, and oxides of rare earth metals; and a photocatalytic layer disposed over the UV-reflecting coating so that at least some of any UV light that is not initially used in the activation of the photocatalytic layer and otherwise would pass into the substrate is reflected back towards the photocatalytic layer by the UV-reflecting coating.
Throughout the history of Science News, scientists have steadily expanded the periodic table--from hafnium, element number 72 (3/3/23, p.
The DZP is based upon one of the world's largest in-ground resources of the metals zirconium, hafnium, niobium, tantalum, yttrium and rare earth elements.
Abstract Hafnium carbide coatings with different carbon contents were synthesized in Ar-[C.
By activating the compound hafnocene (a complex of hafnium metal ions with cyclopentadiene and chlorine ligands) to react with [N.