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Ames Lab 101: Lanthanum Decanting

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Uploaded on Nov 1, 2010

Ames Laboratory scientist Trevor Riedemann explains the process that allows Ames Laboratory to produce some of the purest lanthanum in the world. This and other high-purity rare-earth elements are used to create alloys used in various research projects and play a crucial role on the Planck satellite mission.

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