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Actinide Ground-State Properties Theoretical Predictions

By Wills, John M.

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Title: Actinide Ground-State Properties Theoretical Predictions  
Author: Wills, John M.
Language: English
Subject: Government publications, Legislation., Government Printing Office (U.S.)
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Excerpt: For nearly fifty years, the actinides defied the efforts of solid-state theorists to understand their properties. These metals are among the most complex of the long-lived elements, and in the solid state, they display some of the most unusual behaviors of any series in the periodic table. Very low melting temperatures, large anisotropic thermal-expansion coefficients, very low symmetry crystal structures, many solid-to-solid phase transitions- the list is daunting. Where does one begin to put together an understanding of these elements?

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