Chemistry Research Summaries. Volume 17

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Lucille Monaco Cacioppo (Editor)

Series: Chemistry Research Summaries
BISAC: SCI013000

This book is a compilation of research summaries from a number of different focuses in the field of chemistry research. (Imprint: Nova)

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Preface

Chapter 1 – Polynitromethyl-1,3,5-Triazines: Synthesis, Structure, Properties and Applications (pp. 1-2)
V. V. Bakharev and A. A. Gidaspov

Chapter 2 – Triazines: Synthesis, Applications and Toxicity (pp. 3-4)
Anjani N. Solankee

Chapter 3 – Triazine Based Dendrimers. Their Applications as Drug Delivery Agents (pp. 5-6)
Rocío Redón and N. G. García-Peña

Chapter 4 – Biodegradation of S-Triazine Herbicides in Soil/Surface Water Environment and Key Intermediary Metabolite, Cyanuric Acid: An Ecological Aspect (pp. 7-8)
Koji Satsuma

Chapter 5 – Synthesis and Properties of Heat-resistant Polymers Containing Triaryl-s-triazine Moiety (pp. 9-10)
Cheng Liu, Xigao Jian and Guipeng Yu

Chapter 6 – One-Pot Synthesis of Trans-a,B-Unsaturated Esters from Aldehydes by Addition of Lithium Ester Enolates and Using S-Triazines as New Dehydrating Agents (pp. 11-12)
Stéphane L. Raeppel, Nguyen Thu Thao Trinh, Roger Machaalani, Frédéric Gaudette and Daniel Delorme

Chapter 7 – Advances in Chemistry and Biological Activity of Fluorinated 1,3,5-triazines (pp. 13-14)
Anton V. Dolzhenko, Anna V. Dolzhenko and Wai-Keung Chui

Chapter 8 – Protocols for the Study of Immunotoxicity: A Review (pp. 15-16)
M. Lilia Domínguez-López, Yolanda Ortega-Ortega, Luís A. Jiménez-Zamudio, Ethel García-Latorre and Armando Vega-López

Chapter 9 – Potential of Weak CYP1A Inducers for the Prevention and Therapies of Chemically-Induced Cancer (pp. 17-18)
Maria Perepechaeva, Yulia Sidorova and Alevtina Grishanova

Chapter 10 – Esposition of Marine Copepods to Organophosphorus Xenobiotics: Application of Acetylcholinesterase Biomarkers in the Laboratory (pp. 19-20)
C. Agrone, M. G. Aluigi, G. L. Mariottini, E. Giacco, A. Somà, C. Falugi, and L. Pane

Chapter 11 – Transformation of Herbicides under Transient Anoxia (pp. 21-22)
Gerald K. Sims and Ramdas Gopinath Kanissery

Chapter 12 – Correction of Mutagenic and Pro Oxidant Activity of Heavy Metals (pp. 23-24)
A. R. Gutnikova, B. A. Saidkhanov, M. S. Gildieva, N. Kh. Ablyaeva, and I. V. Kosnikova

Chapter 13 – Phytoremediation: An Option for Removal of Organic Xenobiotics from Water (pp. 25-26)
Ana Dordio and A. J. Palace Carvalho

Chapter 14 – The Use of Bacterial Biosensors to Determine the Toxicty of Nanomaterials and other Xenobiotics (pp. 27-28)
R. I. Dams, A. Biswas, A. Olesiejuk, M. Gómez, M. M. Murcia, N. Christofi and T. Fernandes

Chapter 15 – Conversion of Ethanol to Hydrocarbons over Zeolite Catalysts (pp. 29-30)
Megumu Inaba

Chapter 16 – Air Pollution Catalytic Control by Metal Promoted Zeolites (pp. 31-32)
Runduo Zhang and Biaohua Chen

Chapter 17 – Zeolite from Fly Ash-Iron Oxide Magnetic Nanocomposite: Synthesis and Application as an Adsorbent for Removal of Contaminants from Aqueous Solution (pp. 33-34)
Denise A. Fungaro, Mitiko Yamaura, Terezinha E. M. Carvalho and José E. A. Graciano

Chapter 18 – Aluminosilicate/Silicoaluminophosphate Zeolite Composite: Synthesis, Characterization and Catalytic Performance (pp. 35-36)
Xin Zhang

Chapter 19 – Storage of Hydrogen in Zeolites (pp. 37-38)
Jing Li and Erdong Wu

Chapter 20 – Synthesis of Nanocrystalline Zeolites and Their Applications (pp. 39-40)
Teruoki Tago, Yuta Nakasaka and Takao Masuda

Chapter 21 – Tailoring Acid Sites in Zeolite for Catalytic Reactions: Synthesis, Characterization and Applications (pp. 41-42)
Mojgan Zendehdel

Chapter 22 – Zeolites from Home-made Atranes (pp. 43-44)
Sujitra Wongkasemjit and Dacho Kunnakorn

Chapter 23 – Application of Zeolite Containing Rocks in Berry Crop Growing (pp. 45-46)
M. N. Kuznetsov, E. V. Leonicheva, S. M. Motyleva, T. A. Roeva and L. I. Leont’eva

Chapter 24 – Adsorption Equilibrium and Kinetics of Fluoride on Two Synthetic Zeolites (pp. 47-48)
Lucy Mar Camacho, Shuguang Deng and Arely Torres

Chapter 25 – Transition Metal Ions in Zeolites: Case of Iron (pp. 49-50)
Károly Lázár

Chapter 26 – Applications of Zeolites in Catalytic Olefin Polymerization (pp. 51-52)
Irina N. Meshkova, Tatyana M. Ushakova, Vitaly G. Grinev, Valentina A. Nikashina and Lyudmila A. Novokshonova

Chapter 27 – Normalized Knudsen-Based Permeance for Evaluation of Micropore Sizes of Zeolite and Silica Membranes (pp. 53-54)
Hye Ryeon Lee, Gang Li, Masakoto Kanezashi, Tomohisa Yoshioka and Toshinori Tsuru

Chapter 28 – Physical and Chemical Characteristics of Zeolite from Khotynetz Deposit (Orel Region) (pp. 55-56)
S. M. Motyleva, M. N. Kuznetsov and L. I. Leontieva

Chapter 29 – Dealuminated Zeolites in Biological Systems (pp. 57-58)
Zoltan Blum and Håkan Eriksson

Chapter 30 – A Study of Airborne Trace Elements in Belgrade Urban Area: Instrumental and Active Biomonitoring Approach (pp. 59-60)
M. Aničić, Z. Mijić, M. Kuzmanoski, A. Stojić, M. Tomašević, S. Rajšić and M. Tasić

Chapter 31 – Flow Optosensing Applied to the Analysis of Trace Elements (pp. 61-62)
Antonio Ruiz-Medina and Eulogio J. Llorent-Martínez

Chapter 32 – Trace Metals in Fruit and Vegetable and their Effects on Human Health (pp. 63-64)
Stefania Papa, Giovanni Bartoli and Antonietta Fioretto

Chapter 33 – Implications of Excessive Livestock Mineral Supplementation on Environmental Pollution and Human Health (pp. 65-66)
Marta López-Alonso and Marta Miranda

Chapter 34 – Distribution and Possible Sources of Trace Elements in Estuarine Sediments: Comparative Study among Estuaries of the Basque Country and other Parts of the World (pp. 67-68)
Ainara Gredilla, Silvia Fdez-Ortiz de Vallejuelo, Azibar Rodriguez, Julen Bustamante, Gorka Arana, Alberto de Diego and Juan Manuel Madariaga

Chapter 35 – Distinguishing between Natural and Anthropogenic Sources of Trace Elements in the Sediments Using the Methods of Geochemical Normalization and Statistical Analysis (pp. 69-70)
Sanja M. Sakan and Dragana S. Đorđević

Chapter 36 – Zinc Availability to Forage Crops in Soils of the Pampas Region, Argentina (pp. 71-72)
Silvana Irene Torri, Alejo Perez-Carrera and Alicia Fernández-Cirelli

Chapter 37 – Naturally Occurring Uranium in Groundwater of the North Western Sahara Aquifer System (Northern Africa) (pp. 73-74)
Najiba Chkir, Friha Hadj Ammar and Kamel Zouari

Chapter 38 – Anthropogenic Sources of Uranium in Serbia – Risk Assessment on Environment and Human Health (pp. 75-76)
Mirjana D. Stojanović, Jelena V. Milojković, Zorica R. Lopičić, Marija L. Mihajlović, Miloš B. Rajković and Gordana S. Vitorović

Chapter 39 – Uranium Mining in Portugal: From Unmined Uranium Ores to Mining Waste Deposits (pp. 77-78)
Maria João Batista, Cátia Prazeres, Maria Ondina Figueiredo, Jaime Leote, Daniel P. S. de Oliveira, Augusto Filipe and Teresa Pereira da Silva

Chapter 40 – Laser-Induced Nuclear Decays in Uranium Isotopes (pp. 79-80)
G. A. Shafeev

Chapter 41 – Uranium Occurrence and Behavior in Groundwater (The Example of North-west Russia) (pp. 81-82)
A. I. Malov

Chapter 42 – Uranium: Natural Occurrence, Physical and Chemical Characteristics – Environmental Contamination and Human Exposure (pp. 83-84)
Marcos Moisés Gonçalves, Marli Gerenutti and Marta Maria Duarte Carvalho Vila

Chapter 43 – Uranium Hydrothermal Deposits (pp. 85-86)
Miloš René

Chapter 44 – The Legacy of Uranium Mining Activity in Cunha Baixa: A Portuguese Study Case (pp. 87-88)
M. O. Neves, M. M. Abreu and M. J. Matias

Chapter 45 – Geophysical Studies to Evaluate Geological and Hydrogeological Features in Old Uranium Mines (pp. 89-90)
E. C. Ramalho, J. Carvalho, S. Barbosa and F. A. Monteiro Santos

Chapter 46 – Uranium: From Occurrence, Mining, Human Exposure to Remediation (pp. 91-92)
O. Saïdou

Chapter 47 – Removal of Uranium from Aqueous Solution, Uranium Effluent and Seawater Using Various Microbes Isolated from the Uranium Deposits (pp. 93-94)
Takehiko Tsuruta

Chapter 48 – One-Group Fission Cross Sections for Plutonium and Minor Actinides Inserted in Calculated Neutron Spectra of Fast Reactor Cooled with Lead-208 and Lead-Bismuth Eutectic (pp. 95-96)
G. L. Khorasanov and A. I. Blokhin

Chapter 49 – Vanadium in Biology: Its Chemistry and Some of its Contributions on Environmental Cycles of Chemical Elements (pp. 97-98)
José A. L. da Silva

Chapter 50 – The Role of Vanadium in Microalloyed Steels: Austenite Grain Refinement, Intragranular Nucleation of Ferrite and Mechanical Properties (pp. 99-100)
Sebastián F. Medina, Manuel Gómez, Alberto Quispe and Lucía Rancel

Chapter 51 – Ferritic Stainless Steel Protected Vanadium Alloy As Cladding Material for Fast Reactors (pp. 101-102)
S. N. Votinov, V. P. Kolotushkin and Y. V. Karasev

Chapter 52 – Vanadium Oxides for Solar Control Applications (pp. 103-104)
Dimitra Vernardou and Martyn E. Pemble

Chapter 53 – How Much Vanadium is There in Paper? A Bibliometric Overview of the Global Scientific Production on Vanadium (pp. 105-106)
Edoardo Magnone

Chapter 54 – Vanadium (pp. 107-108)
Maria Rosa Avila-Costa

Chapter 55 – Soft Solution Processing of Nanoscaled Lithium Vanadium Oxides As Cathode Materials for Rechargeable Lithium Ion Batteries (pp. 109-110)
Hao Wang, HaiYan Xu and Hui Yan

Chapter 56 – Production of Granular Urea as Nitrogenous Fertilizer (pp. 111-112)
Ivana M. Cotabarren, Diego E. Bertin, Sussy Veliz Moraga, Leonardo Mirazú, Juliana Piña and Verónica Bucalá

Chapter 57 – Urea and Urea Transporter Physiology (pp. 113-114)
Baoxue Yang

Chapter 58 – Homogeneous Precipitation with Urea: A Versatile Way to Metal Oxide Nanoparticles (pp. 115-116)
Jan Šubrt

Chapter 59 – Insights into Urea Transport in Fungi and Plants (pp. 117-118)
Manuel Sanguinetti and Ana Ramón

Chapter 60 – Urea as Additive: Improvement of Mechanical Properties of Bio-Materials by Irradiation (pp. 119-120)
Mubarak A. Khan, S. M. Ahsan Habib, Fahmida Parvin and Jahid M. M. Islam

Chapter 61 – Pharmacological Recognition of Urea Derivatives in Brain Disorders (pp. 121-122)
Faizul Azam

Chapter 62 – Valproyl Urea: A Promising Anticonvulsant Candidate (pp. 123-124)
Mayuree H. Tantisira

Chapter 63 – Non-Bonding Properties of Ureas (pp. 125-126)
Masashi Hatanaka

Chapter 64 – Urea as an Effective Therapeutic Option Syndrome of Inappropriate Antidiuretic Hormone Secretion (SIADH) (pp. 127-128)
Mariela Varsavsky, Antonia García-Martín, Rebeca Reyes-García and María Cortés-Berdonces

Chapter 65 – Titanium Dioxide: Structure, Properties and Applications (pp. 129-130)
Zuoli He, Wenxiu Que and Haixia Xie

Chapter 66 – Titanium Dioxide: Synthesis and Toxicity of TiO2 Nanostructures (pp. 131-132)
Zuoli He, Wenxiu Que and Haixia Xie

Chapter 67 – Implantation of Titanium Dioxide with Transition Metal Ions (pp. 133-134)
Andrey L. Stepanov, Xiangheng Xiao and Feng Ren

Chapter 68 – Preparation, Morphology and Thermal Properties of TiO2/ EVOHGraft-Polyurethane Hybrid Nanocomposites (pp. 135-136)
Eun-Soo Park

Chapter 69 – Morphology, Thermal and Mechanical Properties of Polydimethylsiloxane Modified Polyurethane/TiO2 Nanocomposites Prepared by In-Situ Polymerization (pp. 137-138)
Mi-Yeong Jo, Jin-San Yoon, Kyu-Ryn Kim, Noh-Kyung Lim, Yoon Young Jung, Yeun Sug Jeong, Mal-Nam Kim and Eun-Soo Park

Chapter 70 – Raman Scattering Characterization of Well-Aligned Titanium Dioxide Nanocrystals (pp. 139-140)
Venu H. Mankad, Sanjeev K. Gupta and Prafulla K. Jha

Chapter 71 – Diffusion Coefficient of Platinum and Nitrogen Doped Titanium Dioxide Nanoparticles (pp. 141-142)
Shree Mishra, Prafulla K. Jha and Arun Pratap

Chapter 72 – Preparation and Applicability of EVOH/TiO2 Nanocomposites Prepared by Simple Saponification Method (pp. 143-144)
Mi-Yeong Jo, Jin-San Yoon, Hyun Jeong Jeon, Mal-Nam Kim, Eun-Ju Lee, and Eun-Soo Park

Chapter 73 – The Use of Titanium Dioxide for Separation/Preconcentration of Aluminium, Antimony and Platinum Species in Synthetic and Natural Waters Before Their Determination by Atomic Spectrometry Methods (pp. 145-146)
Ingrid Hagarová, Marek Bujdoš and Peter Matúš

Chapter 74 – Producing Stronger Dental Adhesives by Adding Titanium Dioxide Nanoparticles (pp. 147-148)
Jirun Sun, Aaron M. Forster and David Allsopp

Chapter 75 – Natural and Man-Made Sources of Tritium: Applications of Tritium (pp. 149-150)
Ralf-Dieter Penzhorn

Chapter 76 – The Deuterium-Tritium Fuel Cycle in Tokamak Devices (pp. 151-152)
Fabio Moro and Rosaria Villari

Chapter 77 – Tritium Production in Breeding Blankets (pp. 153-154)
Olivier Gastaldi, Nicolas Ghirelli, Italo Ricapito and Andrea Ciampichetti

Chapter 78 – Tritium Technologies for PbLi Based Breeding Blankets (pp. 155-156)
Andrea Ciampichetti and Italo Ricapito

Chapter 79 – Fuel Cycle Description (pp. 157-158)
Nicolas Ghirelli and Magali Benchikhoune

Chapter 80 – Membranes and Membrane Reactors for Tritium Separation (pp. 159-160)
Silvano Tosti

Chapter 81 – Tritium in Tokamak Devices: Technological Issues (pp. 161-162)
Maria Teresa Porfiri and Luigi Di Pace

Chapter 82 – Tritium Hazard and Measurement (pp. 163-164)
Sandro Sandri and Claudio Poggi

Chapter 83 – Dose Assessment Following Tritium Intake (pp. 165-166)
Marco D’Arienzo

Chapter 84 – Tritium in Tokamak Devices: Safety Issues (pp. 167-168)
Maria Teresa Porfiri, Tonio Pinna and Luigi Di Pace

Chapter 85 – Case Study: Quantification of Individual Components of Tritium Balance in the Vltava and Elbe Rivers Affected by the Operation of Temelín Nuclear Power Plant (pp. 169-170)
Eduard Hanslík and Diana Marešová

Chapter 86 – Principles of Liquid Chromatography (pp. 171-172)
Luís M. S. Loura

Chapter 87 – Fluorinated Stationary Phases on Liquid Chromatography: Preparation, Properties and Applications (pp. 173-174)
Oscar Núñez and Héctor Gallart-Ayala

Chapter 88 – Robustness of Liquid Chromatographic Method: How to Achieve It and How to Confirm It? (pp. 175-176)
Biljana Jančić Stojanović, Tijana Rakić and Anđelija Malenović

Chapter 89 – Liquid Chromatography: Review on the Last Developments on the Detection of Antibiotics in Food-producing Animals (pp. 177-178)
Andreia Freitas, Sara Leston, Jorge Barbosa and Fernando Ramos

Chapter 90 – Liquid Chromatography for the Determination of Tocopherols and Tocotrienols (Vitamin E) in Food of Plant Origin (pp. 179-180)
Emmanouil D. Tsochatzis and Maria Papageorgiou

Chapter 91 – Application of Preparative High-Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC): An Approach to the Isolation of the Nor-Neolignans from Styrax Pohlii (pp. 181-182)
Camila Spereta Bertanha, Ana Carolina Pereira, Márcio Luis Andrade e Silva, Wilson Roberto Cunha, Ana Helena Januário and Patrícia Mendonça Pauletti

Chapter 92 – The Role of HPLC in the Authenticity Control of Milk and Dairy Products (pp. 183-184)
Victoria Samanidou, Eftichia Karageorgou and Paraskevi Kourti

Chapter 93 – Application of Liquid Chromatography to the Determination of Emerging Pollutants in Environmental Samples (pp. 185-186)
Cristina Mahugo-Santana, Zoraida Sosa-Ferrera and José Juan Santana-Rodríguez

Chapter 94 – Recent Trends in Green Chromatography for the Analysis of Pharmaceuticals in the Aquatic Environment (pp. 187-188)
Heba Shaaban and Tadeusz Górecki

Chapter 95 – Metabolomic Applications of Liquid Chromatography: From Food Bioactive Metabolites to Disease Biomarkers Research (pp. 189-190)
Jorge Pereira, João Gonçalves, Catarina L. Silva, Berta Mendes, Pedro Silva, Vera Alves, José Figueira and José S. Câmara

Chapter 96 – LC-MS Based Proteomic Analysis for Biofuel Production (pp. 191-192)
Xiaoling Tang, Benedict Jia Hong Lee and Wei Ning Chen

Chapter 97 – Serendipity, Psychopharmacology and High Pressure Liquid Chromatography (pp. 193-194)
Unax Lertxundi, Saioa Domingo-Echaburu and Rafael Hernandez

Chapter 98 – Xylenes: Production Technologies and Uses (pp. 195-196)
E. F. Aransiola, M. O. Daramola and T. V. Ojumu

Chapter 99 – Production of Xylenes by Naphtha Reforming (pp. 197-198)
Maria do Carmo Rangel, Carlos Luís Pieck, Luciene Santos Carvalho and Mario Ricardo Sad

Chapter 100 – Xylenes Production from Renewable Feedstocks (pp. 199-200)
T. Sooknoi and A. Ausavasukhi

Chapter 101 – Influence of Platinum on the Performance of Beta Zeolite-Based Catalysts for Xylenes Production (pp. 201-202)
Maria do Carmo Rangel, Saulo de Tarso Figueiredo Grecco, Diego Rodrigues de Carvalho, Ernesto Antonio Urquieta-González, Javier Mario Grau, Patricio Reyes and Marcelo Oportus

Chapter 102 – Nanocomposite MFI-Type Zeolite Membrane for Separating Xylene Isomers (pp. 203-204)
M. O. Daramola, Z. Deng, A. J. Burger and A. Giroir-Fendler

Chapter 103 – Nanocomposite MFI-Type Zeolite Catalytic Membrane Reactors for Isomerization of m-Xylene to p-Xylene (pp. 205-206)
M. O. Daramola, A. J. Burger and A. Giroir-Fendler

Chapter 104 – Synthesis of Nanocomposite Boron-Substituted MFI-Type Zeolite Membranes and Application to Xylene Isomers Separation (pp. 207-208)
Z. Deng and M. O. Daramola

Chapter 105 – Thermal Decomposition of Xylene for the Synthesis of Carbon Nanomaterials (pp. 209-210)
D. He, A. Dichiara, H. Li and J. Bai

Chapter 106 – Biological Indicators of Exposure to Xylene at Work: Methods and Limitations (pp. 211-212)
L. Caporossi and B. Papaleo

Chapter 107 – Biological Treatment of Xylene-Contaminated System: A Short Overview (pp. 213-214)
M. O. Daramola

Chapter 108 – Voltammetric Techniques in Electrocatalytic Studies (pp. 215-216)
Igor A. Pašti, Nemanja M. Gavrilov and Slavko V. Mentus

Chapter 109 – Voltammetry and Stoichiography for Studying the Chemical Composition and Real Structure of Solid Inorganic Substances and Materials (pp. 217-218)
V. V. Malakhov

Chapter 110 – Voltammetric Techniques Applied on Organic Compounds Related to Agroalimentary and Health Systems (pp. 219-220)
M. A. Zon, N. R. Vettorazzi, M. B. Moressi, P. G. Molina, A. M. Granero, F. J. Arévalo, S. N. Robledo and H. Fernández

Chapter 111 – Voltammetry: A Promising Analytical Technique in the Study of Compounds of Biological Importance (pp. 221-222)
S. Girousi, C. Serpi and S. Karastogianni

Chapter 112 – Automatized Determination of Metallothionein by Adsorptive Transfer Stripping Technique Coupled with Brdicka Reaction (pp. 223-224)
David Hynek, Katerina Tmejova, Libuse Trnkova, Jaromir Hubalek, Vojtech Adam and Rene Kizek

Chapter 113 – Practical Electroanalysis: Overcoming Drawbacks and Going Further (pp. 225-226)
Renato Soares de Oliveira, André Luiz Maia Azevedo, Wagner Felippe Pacheco, Felipe Silva Semaan and Eduardo Ariel Ponzio

Chapter 114 – Revisiting History, Main Aspects and Fundamentals of Electroanalysis (pp. 227-228)
André Luiz Maia Azevedo, Renato Soares de Oliveira, Wagner Felippe Pacheco, Eduardo Ariel Ponzio and Felipe Silva Semaan

Chapter 115 – Voltammetric Determination of Metals As Food Contaminants – An Excellent Alternative to Spectroscopic Measurements: Application to Meals, Vegetables, Mussels, Clams and Fishes (pp. 229-230)
Clinio Locatelli and Dora Melucci

Chapter 116 – Dual Dynamic Voltammetry with Rotating Ring–Disk Electrodes (pp. 231-232)
S. Vesztergom, M. Ujvári and G. G. Láng

Chapter 117 – Linear Voltammetry of Anodic Selective Dissolution of Homogeneous Metallic Alloys (pp. 233-234)
Alexander V. Vvedenskii and Oleg A. Kozaderov

Chapter 118 – Electooxidation of Glycine and -Alanine on Platinum: Linear–Sweep Voltammetry and FTIR Analysis (pp. 235-236)
Alexander. V. Vvedenskii, Elena V. Bobrinskaya, Tatyana V. Kartashova and Tatyana G. Kraschenko

Chapter 119 – Temperature Responses in Linear Voltammetry (pp. 237-238)
V. S. Protsenko, A. A. Kityk and F. I. Danilov

Chapter 120 – New Exciting Challenges in Lanthanoid Photonics: Telecommunications and Solar Energy Conversion (pp. 239-240)
Jean-Claude G. Bünzli

Chapter 121 – Nano-Engineered Glass-Based Erbium-Doped Optical Fibers for Study of Multichannel Amplification and Four-Wave Mixing Phenomena (pp. 241-242)
M. C. Paul, M. Pal, K. Thambiratnam, S. W. Harun, N. A. Awang, S. Das, S. K. Bhadra, H. Ahmad and J. K. Sahu

Chapter 122 – Rare Earths in Lead Phosphate Glasses 243
Joanna Pisarska, Marta Sołtys, Lidia Żur and Wojciech A. Pisarski

Chapter 123 – Optical Sensing of Femtosecond Laser Spot Temperature Using Er3+ Up-Conversion Photoluminescence for TeO2-based Glass (pp. 245-246)
Tomokatsu Hayakawa

Chapter 124 – Pyrazol Substituted 1,3 – Diketones: Synthesis, Complexing Properties and Application in Rare Earths Coordination Chemistry (pp. 247-248)
Ilya V. Taydakov

Chapter 125 – Magnetocaloric Effect of Amorphous Materials Based on Heavy Rare Earth Elements (pp. 249-250)
Fa-Xiang Qin and Hua-Xin Peng

Chapter 126 – Rare Earths as Corrosion Inhibitors (pp. 251-252)
A. E. Hughes

Chapter 127 – Defect Clusters in Rare Earth-Doped Ceria (pp. 253-254)
Zhi-Peng Li and Toshiyuki Mori

Chapter 128 – The Preparation and Electrochemical Hydrogen Storage Characteristics of AB3- and A2B7-Type Alloys (pp. 255-256)
Yanghuan Zhang, Hongwei Shang, Huiping Ren and Dongliang Zhao

Chapter 129 – Raman Spectroscopic Studies of the Rare Earth Sesquioxides and Related Compounds under High Pressures (pp. 257-258)
Nita Dilawar Sharma and A. K. Bandyopadhyay

Chapter 130 – Interdependent Valence Behavior of Rare-Earth Ions in Metallic Perovskites and Related Structures (pp. 259-260)
Abhishek Pandey, Chandan Mazumdar and R. Ranganathan

Chapter 131 – Calculation of Crystal Field Parameters (pp. 261-262)
Pavel Novák

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