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The Thermodynamic Properties of the -Elements and Their Compounds. I. The Lanthanide and Actinide Metals
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Figures

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FIG. 1.

The reduced enthalpy increment (in ) of lanthanum; ○, Jaeger et al.;26 △, Berg et al.;25 ◻, Stretz and Bautista;28 the curve shows the recommended equation.

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FIG. 2.

The reduced enthalpy increment (in ) of cerium; △, Spedding et al.;49 ○, Kuntz and Bautista;50 ●, value derived from the low-temperature measurements by Gschneidner Jr. and Pecharsky;31 the curve shows the recommended equation.

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FIG. 3.

The reduced enthalpy increment (in ) of neodymium; ○, Jaeger et al.;69 △, Spedding et al.;49 ◻, Stretz and Bautista;71 the curve shows the recommended equation.

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FIG. 4.

The reduced enthalpy increment (in ) of gadolinium; △, Spedding et al.;49 ◻, Stretz and Bautista;71 the full curve shows the recommended equation, the dashed curve shows the results from the heat capacity measurements by Griffel et al.,98 whereas the broken curve shows the equation that was constrained to the heat capacity value at from the low-temperature measurements.

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FIG. 5.

The reduced enthalpy increment (in ) of holmium; △, Dennison et al.;103 ○, Baginskii et al.;115 the curve shows the recommended equation.

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FIG. 6.

The heat capacity of thorium; ▽, Mit’kina;206 ◇, Wallace;207 ○, Nakamura et al.;205 ◻, Oetting and Peterson;208 the dashed line show the value for derived from the enthalpy measurements by Levinson;184 the solid curve shows the recommended values.

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FIG. 7.

The heat capacity of uranium; ▽, Mit’kina;206 ◻, North;222 ○, Nakamura et al.;205 the curve shows the recommended values.

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The reduced enthalpy increment (in ) of uranium; △, Moore and Kelley;217 ◇, Ginnings and Corruccini;233 ○, Savage and Seibel;234 ◻, Levinson;235 ⊞, Stephens;237 ▽, Marchidan and Ciopec;236 the curve shows the recommended values.

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FIG. 9.

The low-temperature heat capacity of plutonium; ◇, Sandenaw;274 ⊕, Taylor et al.;275 ◻, Lee et al.;249 ▽, Sandenaw and Gibby;276 △, Gordon et al.;250 ⊞, Lashley et al.;277 ○, Oetting and Adams271.

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The high-temperature heat capacity of plutonium; ◇, Kay and Loasby;265 ◻, Wittenberg et al.;278 ⊞, Engel;267 ▽, Sandenaw and Gibby;276 △, Gordon et al.;250 ○, Oetting and Adams;271 the curve shows the recommended equations.

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FIG. 11.

The melting point of the lanthanide (●) and actinide (○) metals. The estimated values are indicated by ☉.

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FIG. 12.

The sum of the transition entropies of the lanthanide (●) and actinide (○) metals. The estimated values are indicated by ☉.

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The standard entropy at of the lanthanide (●) and actinide (○) metals. The estimated values are indicated by ☉.

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FIG. 14.

The sublimation enthalpy at of the lanthanide (●) and actinide (○) metals. The estimated values are indicated by ☉.

Tables

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TABLE 1.

Transition and melting temperatures of lanthanum

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TABLE 2.

Transition and melting temperatures of cerium

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Transition and melting temperatures of praseodymium

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Transition and melting temperatures of neodymium

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Transition and melting temperatures of samarium

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The melting temperature of europium

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Transition and melting temperatures of gadolinium

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Transition and melting temperatures of terbium

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Transition and melting temperatures of dysprosium

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Melting temperature of holmium

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Melting temperature of erbium

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Transition and melting temperature of ytterbium

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Melting temperature of lutetium

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The enthalpy of formation of La(g) at

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The enthalpy of formation of Ce(g) at

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The enthalpy of formation of Pr(g) at

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The enthalpy of formation of Nd(g) at

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The enthalpy of formation of Sm(g) at

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The enthalpy of formation of Eu(g) at

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The enthalpy of formation of Gd(g) at

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The enthalpy of formation of Tb(g) at

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The enthalpy of formation of Dy(g) at

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The enthalpy of formation of Ho(g) at

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The enthalpy of formation of Er(g) at

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The enthalpy of sublimation of Tm(g) at

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The enthalpy of formation of Yb(g) at

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The transition and melting temperature of thorium

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The transition and melting temperature of uranium

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The enthalpies of transition and fusion of uranium

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The transition and melting temperatures of neptunium

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The enthalpies of transition and fusion of neptunium

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The transition and melting temperatures of Pu(cr)

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The enthalpies of transition and melting of Pu(cr)

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The transition and melting temperatures for americium

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The enthalpies of transition and melting for americium

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The enthalpy of formation of U(g) at

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The enthalpy of formation of Np(g) at

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The enthalpy of formation of Pu(g) at

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The enthalpy of formation of Am(g) at

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Transition temperatures, enthalpies and entropies of lanthanide and actinide metals

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The absolute entropy and the heat capacity of lanthanide and actinide solid and liquid phases

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TABLE 42.

The enthalpy of formation , the absolute entropy and the heat capacity of lanthanide and actinide gas phases

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Scitation: The Thermodynamic Properties of the f-Elements and Their Compounds. I. The Lanthanide and Actinide Metals
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