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Synonyms for yttrium

a silvery metallic element that is common in rare-earth minerals

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Rare earth elements and yttrium in seawater: ICP-MS determinations in the East Caroline, Coral Sea, and South Fiji basins of the western South Pacific Ocean.
There is also potential to extend the Yttrium zone to the West and South West where drilling to date has been very wide spaced (400 x 400 metres and 800 x 400 metres).
Iron and steel operations have resorted to tough materials such as zirconia oxide, or aluminum oxide filters compounded with zirconia oxide, calcium oxide, yttrium oxide, mullite, spinels and other ceramics for improved thermal shock capabilities.
The standard procedure for secondary cataracts is a form of laser surgery known as YAG Capsulotomy (YAG is an abbreviation for Yttrium Aluminum Garnet, the laser used for this procedure and Capsulotomy means cutting into the capsule).
Bokan Mountain, Alaska's only known source of uranium, is rich in niobium, yttrium, thorium, zirconium and hafnium.
In the next few years, he isolated four other elements from the rare earth minerals: yttrium, erbium, terbium, and didymium.
Previous assay work on TSP samples included review for only four rare earth elements (scandium, yttrium, lanthanum and cerium), which were present in soil samples (NR 122) and vegetation samples (NR 123).
The global medical laser systems market segmentation is based on product types (diode lasers, solid state lasers, holmium yttrium aluminum garnet lasers, erbium yttrium aluminum garnet lasers, neodymium yttrium aluminum garnet lasers, potassium titanyl phosphate lasers, alexandrite lasers, ruby lasers, gas lasers, CO2 lasers, argon lasers, krypton lasers, metal vapor lasers, helium-neon lasers, excimer lasers , dye lasers) and its applications (cardiovascular, dentistry, dermatology, gynecology, ophthalmology, urology).
They cover perpendicular spin torque oscillator and microwave-assisted magnetic recording; spin-transfer-torque MRAM: device architecture and modeling; the prospect of STT-RAM scaling; spintronic device memristive effects and magnetization switching optimizing; magnetic insulator-based spintronics: spin pumping, magnetic proximity, spin Hall, and spin Seebeck effects on yttrium iron garnet thin films; and electronic field-inducing switching for magnetic memory devices.
The topics include properties and an applications review of yttrium iron garnets, preparing and characterizing nanocomposites for technological applications, modeling the hysteretic behavior of textured and random ferroelectric ceramics, and the effect of heat treatment on microstructures and magnetic properties of strontium hexaferrite nanoparticles prepared in the presence of a non-ionic surfactant.
5, wherein the other metal ions are at least one selected from the group consisting of tin ions, indium ions, aluminum ions, niobium ions, tantalum ions, yttrium ions and cerium ions; the concentration of zirconium ions is in the range of 10 to 10,000 ppm; the concentration ratio of the copper ions to the zirconium ions is in the range of 0.
Yttrium, ytterbium, erbium and terbium are all named for Ytterby; many other rare earths have Scandinavian names, such as holmium, named for Stockholm, and scandium, named for Scandinavia.
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.
According to Modot Uul the property contains rare earth elements including scandium, yttrium, ytterbium and lanthanum.