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Carr et al., "Treatment of unresectable hepatocellular carcinoma with intrahepatic yttrium 90 microspheres: a risk-stratification analysis," Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology, vol.
Adult Wistar rats (120-140 g) were randomly divided into three groups: negative control group (drinking water) and yttrium chloride (12mmol/L and 24mmol/L) groups.
1-2) can be considered by analogy of causes of significant deficiency or accumulation of mineral movable and organic complexes of rocks with yttrium (Y), displayed in the (Fig.
Hildebrandt et al., "Planning transarterial radioembolization of colorectal liver metastases with Yttrium 90 microspheres: evaluation of a sequential diagnostic approach using radiologic and nuclear medicine imaging techniques," European Radiology, vol.
Herein we have reported the optical and photoluminescence characteristics of semiconductor ZnS nanoparticles doped with yttrium ions.
In addition, yttrium not only can substitute for Mg at the dodecahedral site but also can substitute for Al at the octahedral site in the silicate garnet.
Preliminary modelling of the results of this work suggest that a shallow dipping zone of Yttrium enrichment occurs as a blanket immediately above the high grade Phosphate zone at the faulted geological contact of the Inca Formation (top - Yttrium) and Beetle Creek Formation (bottom - Phosphate).
This thinness requires a smooth surface, which is provided through SDP by dip-coating the substrate in a liquid precursor mixture of yttrium acetate and alcohol.
They say that minute amounts of a metal called 'yttrium' may impede neuronal activity.
We offer the knowledgeable motorist a wide range of spark plugs, from the Bosch Platinum Ir Fusion four-electrode plug, which uses platinum, iridium, and yttrium precious metals, to the single electrode Bosch Super Plus copper core plug, all of which offer superior performance and durability.'
Major themes covered include magnesium and its alloys, primary production, fatigue and tension, compression asymmetry, casting, testing and forming, extrusion, refining and surface treatment, twin roll casting and semi-solid processing, modeling and deformation, and calcium, rare earth, yttrium, tin, and wrought alloys.
The TruMark 3130 from Trumpf USA, Farmington, Conn., uses an yttrium vanadate laser, instead of the Nd:YAG laser in the sister Model 3020.