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The a phase formed by cellular transformation involving diffusion of rhenium leads to rhenium-depleted regions within the matrix.
Hansen, "Radiolabeling of monoclonal antibodies and fragments with technetium and rhenium," Bioconjugate Chemistry, vol.
Figure 8 displays sorptive capacity of the VP + BMI and VP + TMVS copolymers in acidic medium (sorption of rhenium) vs.
At 600[degrees]C rhenium in the form of Re2O7 sublimated to the maximum extent (Table 4).
[26] have reported a method for chromatographic separation of tungsten and rhenium using organophosphorus resins.
Rhenium (Re), the last naturally occurring element to be discovered, was discovered in Germany in 1925.
Rhenium is a chemical analogue of technetium and exhibits practically identical chemical and biodistribution properties.
2 February 2012 - US rare earths producer Molycorp Inc (NYSE:MCP) will sell 12.5m of its common shares to Chilean molybdenum and rhenium processor Molibdenos y Metales SA (Molymet) for about USD390m (EUR296m), the companies announced in a statement.
In addition to tungsten, the composition of the carbide phases contained nickel and rhenium (4-11 wt.%).
Other areas of investigation included the diffusion of atoms in metals, exchange reaction of rhenium chemistry, and surface chemistry.