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APPLICATIONS OF HIGH FIELD NMR TECHNIQUES TO NUCLEAR FUEL PROCESSING ISSUES IN THE CONDENSED PHASE
Paramagnetic cations serve as useful and efficient NMR probes of coordination environment and can also give insight into dynamics on the millisecond timescale. In an effort to extend the powerful analytical techniques ...
Investigation on the Diluent Effect on Solvent Extraction Processes of Trivalent f-Elements by Acidic Di-Alkyl Organophosphorus Extractants
Solvent extraction is the most common chemical technique used in hydrometallurgical separations and purification of transition metals and f-elements. Solvent extraction of metallic cations, such as the f-elements, needs ...
UTILIZATION OF TRADITIONAL AND NOVEL NMR SPECTROSCOPIC TECHNIQUES TO PROBE INTERACTIONS IN THE ORGANIC PHASE OF LIQUID-LIQUID SOLVENT EXTRACTION SYSTEMS
Solvent extraction is a technique commonly used is the reprocessing of used nuclear fuel elements. It utilizes the partitioning of a metal ion between two immiscible phases, typically an acidic aqueous phase and a light ...
Influence of Near-Field Materials on the Durability of Nuclear Waste Glass
A reliable and effective method of nuclear waste disposal is necessary for the continuing use of nuclear energy. Borosilicate glasses are the currently accepted method of the disposal of these wastes, though a thorough ...
Tc(IV) complexation with organic ligands
99Technetium poses a difficult problem at multiple Department of Energy sites, where there are currently vast quantities in storage. 99Tc has a half-life of 2.3 x 105 years, thus it will have to be accounted for a very ...