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1 tellurides 4, ch. 31, p. 1 ternary equiatomic YbTX intermetallics 32, ch. 207, p. 453 tetravalent cerium compounds 36, ch. 229, p. 281 theoretical chemistry 3, ch. 23, p. 111 thermal conductivity of compounds 16, ch. 106, p. 107 xxxi thermochemical properties 18, ch. 122, p. 239 – of cuprates 30, ch. 190, p. 229 – of gaseous species 12, ch. 86, p. 409 – of metallic systems 19, ch. 134, p. 479 thin films 5, ch. 41, p. 1; 20, ch. 136, p. 105 – switchable metal hydrides 36, ch. 228, p. 83 toxicity 4, ch.
359 – – stable-isotope dilution analysis 4, ch. 37G, p. 471 – – with inductively coupled plasmas analysis 13, ch. 91, p. 385 – optical 11, ch. 74, p. 81; 37, ch. 233, p. 99; ch. 234, p. 171; 37, ch. 235, p. 217 – photoelectron in heavy fermion systems 26, ch. 172, p. 265 – time-resolved emission in solution chemistry 33, ch. 216, p. 465 Spedding, F. , 11, prologue, p. 1 spin glasses 12, ch. 84, p. 213 stannides, transition metal ternary systems 24, ch. 164, p. 399 steels 25, ch. 165, p. 1 stresses, static and dynamic 26, ch.
Back in 1751, the Swedish chemist Axel Frederik Cronstedt (1722–1765), had discovered a heavy stone in the Bastna¨s mine in Sweden. Cronstedt’s colleague Tobern Bergman (1735–1784) thought it contained an unknown earth, but it was not until 1803 that Martin Heinrich Klaproth (1743–1817) and Jo¨ns Jacob Berzelius (1779–1848), together with Wilhelm Hisinger (1766–1852), independently isolated a rare-earth element. Klaproth called it ‘‘terre ochroite,’’ because it formed colored salts with acids. Berzelius and Hisinger named it ‘‘ceria’’ after the newly discovered asteroid Ceres, and ‘‘ceria’’ became the name preferred by chemists.