10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «YTTERBIC»
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What Flash had been talking about sounded more like a bomb than anything
spiritual. And I hadn't heard of "ytterbic" since I had visited Sweden several years
earlier. Nevertheless, this had become Flash's passion for the last several
William C. Jeffries, 2009
The Crystal Conflict: The Children of Enoch Series
Along the back shelf, Biron found a whole new inventory of chemicals—ytterbic
acid, hydrochloric acid, hydroastatic acid, neodymic acid, sulfuric acid, nitric acid,
and plutonic acid. He didn't know what half of them could do. At the lab computer,
Polarography: Inorganic polarography. Organic polarography. ...
Laitinen and Taebel11 found that the reduction of ytterbic ion in 0.1 M ammonium
chloride yields an excellent wave whose half- wave potential is —1.169 v. vs.
S.C.E. Reduction proceeds only to the +2 state and ytterbous ion does not show
Izaak Maurits Kolthoff, 1952
Science Abstracts: Physics abstracts
2702 541.134 : 541.135.5 The potential of the ytterbic-ytterbous ion electrode.
LArriNEN, H. A. J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 64, pp. 1133— 1135, May, 1942. — The
accepted value of the ytterbic- ytterbous ion electrode potential is criticized on the
The conditions of analytical applications of classical polarography is not useful in
the case of a mixture containing an ytterbic rare earth, whilst pulse polarography
is applicable to the determination of mixtures of eerie and ytterbic ions. [Author ...
dictionary of chemical terms
... by collecting the yeast plants by filtration, mixing with 25 to 50% of starch and
pressing. Wild Yeasts are yeast plants about which little is known and which are
detrimental in their actions. Ytterbic. A salt of ytterbium. Ytterbium. (Neoytterbium.)
The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science: With ...
... forrnate requiring 30 parts of water for its solution, whilst yttric and ytterbic
formates dissolve in less than their own weight of water. Moreover. it was not
probable that the terbia contained an appreciable quantity of any of these earths
as an ...
William Crookes, James H. Gardiner, Gerald Druce, 1884
The Complete Wordbook for Game Players: Winning Words for ...
... ZYGOTENE s XANTHATE s YAMULKAS* YELLOWER YTTERBIC ZENAIDAS*
ZOOGENIC ZYMOGENE*s XANTHEIN s YARDAGES* YELLOWLY YTTRIUMS*
ZENITHAL ZOOGLEAE* ZYMOGENS* XANTHENE s YARDARMS* YEOMANLY
A Survey of American Chemistry
Spectrum analysis showed that the crystals contained ytterbium with a purity of
98 per cent. The ytterbic ion is colorless while the ytterbous ion is green. A
second run starting with ytterbium-rich fractions produced similar results in much
National Research Council (U.S.). Division of Chemistry and Chemical Technology, Clarence Jay West, 1931
Transactions of the Academy of Science of Saint Louis
Sm is -|" 3 in S«i;O u samarium oxide, Sm ,(->04) ,, " sulphate. ERBIUM. Atomic
weight 171.* Er is -|- 3 in Er ,0 , and all erbic salts. YTTERBIUM. Atomic weight
about 173. t Y4 is + 3 in Y£,Oa and all ytterbic salts. TANTALUM. Atomic weight ...