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    D.C. Pryke,J.H. Rees
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    AEA Technology (December 31, 1985)
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There are some differences in the treatment of actinide systems compared . August 2000 · Nuclear.

There are some differences in the treatment of actinide systems compared with cerium. systems, arising both from the greater spatial extent of 5{ital f} states compared with 4{ital f} states and from the many-electron character of the actinide correlated quasi-ionic states.

of solubility products and complex formation constants for all known . 15. name and establishment of authors.

NEARSOL models the aqueous speciation and solubility of actinides under near-field conditions for disposal using a simple thermodynamic approach. 4. method of solution. The program draws information from a thermodynamic data base consisting of solubility products and complex formation constants for all known species, and standard electrode potentials, at 25 C, corrected for ionic strength effects. Pryke Chemistry Division Harwell Laboratory UK Atomic Energy Authority.

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Pryke DC, Rees JH (1986) Understanding the behavior of the actinides under disposal conditions: a comparison between calculated and experimental solubilities. Radiochimica Acta 40:27–32Google Scholar. Riglet Ch (1989) Chime du neptunium et autres actinides en milieu carbonate. Doctoral Thesis, University Paris 6, March 17Google Scholar. Riglet Ch, Vitorge P, Grenthe I (1989a) Standard potentials of the (MO22+/MO2+) systems for uranium and other actinides. Inorg Chim Acta 133:323–329CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

David Pryke, John H. Rees. Abstract The solubilities of uranium, plutonium, americium and neptunium have been measured under oxidizing conditions as a background to a programme of leach testing of intermediate level waste. More). 1. View via Publisher. Mill experience with chlorine dioxide delignification.

The solubility of some of the radiologically important actinide elements have been determined in a water whose chemistry was representative . UKAEA Report AERE-R 11391 (1984). 19. Supplied by Chemistry Division UKAEA Harwell.

The solubility of some of the radiologically important actinide elements have been determined in a water whose chemistry was representative of that believed to exist in potential repositories in the . The solubilities of the actinides have been determined as a function of the pH of the water.

actinides and fission products analysis in mimas mox. policies favor direct disposal in deep geological repositories. comparison of lanthanides and actinides - Chemistry of Metals and. ion-exchange separations of the lanthanides and actinides by elution. Apart from fission products and An/Ln, one may also find recent publications evidencing efficient extraction by use of simple pure IL phases (for example, Cnmim+, with either Tf2N−, BF4− or PF6−) for Zn(II), Cd (II), Fe(III) or Ni(II), Mn(II) or Cu(II). The question of the extraction mechanism has not been studied in great detail so far for these pure.

Importance of actinide solubility and speciation in nuclear waste repository assessment. Under the open system conditions of a repository, there are two limiting release mechanisms: surface reaction control and transport control. Conference Strickert, . Radioactive wastes disposed in geologic repositories could present an environmental hazard if their toxic elements were released to the biosphere via groundwater pathways. In addition, a separate release case is defined for soluble radionuclides that are inventory limited. Mass transfer equations formore each of these processes are incorporated into AREST.