Discovery of Europium
Europium, atomic number 63, has a mass of 151.964 au.
Europium was first observed or predicted in 1896 by E.-A. Demarçay and first isolated in 1901 by E.-A. Demarçay. It took about 80 years to split the rare earths metal ores, the ceria & yttria, into the pure metals. See the timeline here. It took about 80 years to split the rare earths metal ores, the ceria & yttria, into the pure metals. See the timeline here.
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