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actinides

(actinoids) The name of the group of elements with atomic numbers from 89 (Actinium) to 103 (Lawrencium).
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Radioactive waste management is an R&D program whose research lines are based on the separation / transmutation of minor actinides, storage in deep geological formation and storage.
For effective solvent extractions in the nuclear fuel cycle, lanthanides must be separated from actinides in used nuclear fuel for advanced partitioning and transmutation schemes.
Actinides play a central role in the nuclear fuel cycle from mining, fuel fabrication, energy production, up to treatment of used fuel by reprocessing, partitioning and transmutation and/or finally management and disposal of radioactive waste.
There is an additional double row below the main table, the lanthanides and actinides, which are actually fifteen columns of Periods 6 and 7 which have been cut out of the main table to save horizontal space.
Parameter-free solution of the Bohr Hamiltonian for actinides critical in the octupole mode.
Significant quantities of radioactive byproducts derived from the lanthanides and actinides risk human health and the environment.
Nuclear Waste Disposal--Pyrochlore (A2B207): Nuclear Waste Form for the Immobilization of Plutonium and 'Minor' Actinides.
The atavistic archaeal metabolism using cholesterol as energy substrates and actinides as catalyst takes over the cell.
Coordination chemistry; metal complexes transition metal chemistry with lanthanides and actinides (a textbook for graduate and post graduate students of all Indian, Asian and foreign universities).
Properties of four natural decay series of actinides [2] Series Initial Half-life, Stable nuclide years endmember Thorium [sup.
There are two more obscure rows below: the lanthanides, which are lesser known and tend to deal with issues of autonomy and creativity, and the actinides, referred to by some as the uranium series.