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6. 1. Chemical Separations by Oxidation-Reduction Processes. 2. Other classical methods (fractional crystallization) are essentially physical processes. Cerium is oxidized to the 4+ state and separated from the 3+ rare earths by solvent extraction, iodate precipitation, or selective hydrolysis or precipitation of basic Ce(1V)compounds in weakly acidic solution. Europium is reduced and maintained in H 2 0 as Eu2+by Zn amalgam and precipitated as EuS04. Sm and Yb are extracted from HzO by reduction into dilute Na or Li amalgam.

W. J. Kroll, Trans. A I M E , 215, 546 (1959). 2. B. J. Beaudry, K. A. , in Handbook on the Physics and Chemistry of Rare Earths, Vol. 1, K. A. Gschneidner, Jr. and L. , North-Holland, Amsterdam, 1978, p. 173. Authoritative. 3. J. L. , J . , 20, 41 (1968). 4. 1. Carbides. All the actinoid metals can be prepared by reducing their carbides with Ta'. Carbides are prepared from oxides [reaction (a)] at 2000°C with graphite in vacuum, and the actinoid metals (except for Th and Pa) are purified from Ta and TaC by distillation.

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