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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

see EUROPEAN UNION.
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The effect of self-absorption on the neutral europium line was observed.
Europium and Samarium anomalies point to more reducing environment, migration and accumulation of these lanthanides in bivalent state in the areas of bottom and middle part.
Virtually all polished-glass products, from ordinary mirrors and eyeglasses to precision lenses, are finished with an oxide of the rare earth cerium, while colour cathode-ray tubes and liquid-crystal displays used in computer monitors and flat-screen televisions employ europium.
The angiogenic properties of the europium hydroxide nanorods open up a diverse set of biomedical applications and treatment classes that OmegaGenesis is pursuing," said Oostur Raza, CEO and co-founder.
Odour-maker Geza Schon explains that the sun is "predominantly composed of hydrogen and helium with a molten cocktail of copper, terbium, strontium, antimony and europium in its core".
Modelling the binding of Europium and the actinides by humic substances // Radiochim.
del Peloso and Licio da Silva (National Observatory, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) and their colleagues studied high-quality spectra of about two dozen stars for thorium (atomic number 90) and europium (atomic number 63).
Thenoyl europium chelate is a fluorescent dye used to stain cyanoacrylate developed latent prints.
The unusual, intense color is apparently due to an enrichment in rare-earth elements, especially yttrium and europium, and possibly also samarium and gadolinium.
Notwithstanding, both HA and FA have been shown to form strong complexes with REE such as europium and terbium (Torres and Choppin 1984; Ephraim et al.