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EU

European Union

A supranational economic and political organization consisting of the majority of the countries in Europe. While it lacks the authority of a federal union, it provides a common market and free trade between members. Importantly, it created and operates the euro, which is one of the most important global currencies. See also: European Central Bank.

EU

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The calibration curve for two neutral europium peaks (Eu-I) 462.
If europium is only connected with tars and pyrobitumens, as it was previously considered [3], which follows from pic.
those of fine and Greywares) display a significant negative europium anomaly (i.
Mukhopadhyay's research has demonstrated that europium hydroxide nanorods promote growth of new blood vessels.
Specific rare earth elements ranking high in the study include Neodymium, Scandium, Lanthanum, Cerium, Europium and Yttrium, as well as other LREEs and certain HREEs and their related oxides.
The rare earths metals or elements typically include scandium (Sc-21), yttrium (Y-39) and the lanthanides - lanthanum (La-57), cerium (Ce-58), praseodymium (Pr-59), neodymium (Nd-60), promethium (Pm-61), samarium (Sm-62), europium (Eu-63), gadolinium (Gd-64), terbium (Tb-65), dysprosium (Dy-66), holmium (Ho-67), erbium (Er-68), thulium (Tm-69), ytterbium (Yb-70), and lutetium (Lu-71).
The report " Rare Earth Metals Market by Type (Lanthanum, Cerium, Neodymium, Praseodymium, Samarium, Europium, & Others), and Application (Magnets, Metals Alloys, Polishing, Additives, Catalysts, Phosphors, & Others) - Global Trends & Forecast to 2018", defines and segments the global rare earth metal market with analysis and forecasting of the global volume and revenue.
The majority (85%) of Ngualla's projected revenue is underpinned by high value and Critical rare earths including neodymium, praseodymium and europium
A radioactive substance called europium, an illegally imported element used in nuclear reactor control rods, found on the site is thought to be the source of the radioactivity, a report from TAEK showed.
Several papers from Weifang University characterize the fluorescence of europium, terbium, zinc, and magnesium complex materials.