lanthanide

lanthanide
lanthanide [lan′thənän΄lan′thə nīd΄]
n.
any of the rare-earth elements (lanthanide series): see the periodic table of elements in the Reference Supplement: sometimes called lanthanoid [lan′thənoid΄] or lanthanon [lan′thənän΄]

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