Optimization of Separation of Ytterbium and Lutetium by Displacement Complexing Chromatography
Sorption and Ion-Exchange Processes
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Separation of large amounts (500 g) of ytterbium and lutetium by displacement complexing chromatography was studied. The optimal separation conditions were determined.
KeywordsChromatography Ytterbium Separation Condition Lutetium Optimal Separation
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