Chemistry

Actinide Separations by James D. Navratil and Wallace W. Schulz (Eds.)

By James D. Navratil and Wallace W. Schulz (Eds.)

content material: Neptunium (V) anionic alternate in sulfate-sulfuric acid options / J. Rego, J. Garrison, and R. Carver --
restoration of plutonium lines from nitric acid-fluorhydric acid options via sorption onto alumina / J. Adroaldo De Araújo and Alcídio Abrão --
program of inorganic sorbents in actinide separations techniques / Wallace W. Schulz, John W. Koenst, and David R. Tallant --
Transplutonium parts creation application : extraction chromatographic technique for plutonium irradiated ambitions / J. Bourges, C. Madic, and G. Koehly --
Plutonium peroxide precipitation : evaluate and present study / P.G. Hagan and F.J. Miner --
Actinide extractants : improvement, comparability, and destiny / R.R. Shoun and W.J. McDowell --
Demonstration of the possibility of designing extractants with preselected extraction homes : attainable software to reactor gas reprocessing / G.W. Mason and H.E. Griffin --
Solvent extraction of transplutonium components from acid options by way of polydentate impartial organophosphorus compounds and from alkaline ideas through quarternary ammonium bases and via alkylpyrocatechols / B.F. Myasoedov, M.K. Chmutova, and Z.K. Karalova --
The extraction of uranium (VI) from sulphuric acid suggestions through tri-n-octylphosphine oxide / Taichi Sato --
homes and makes use of of nitrogen and sulfur donors ligands in actinide separations / C. Musikas, G. Le Marois, R. Fitoussi, and C. Cuillerdier --
The "Cleanex" approach : a flexible solvent extraction procedure for restoration and purification of lanthanides, americium, and curium / John E. Bigelow, Emory D. Collins, and Lester J. King --
Americium-curium separation through selective extraction of hexavalent americium utilizing a centrifugal contactor / C. Musikas, M. Germain, and A. Bathellier --
nationwide application for pyrochemical and dry processing of spent reactor gasoline / C.H. Bean and M.J. Steindler --
Pyrochemical coprocessing of uranium dioxide-plutonium dioxide LMFBR gasoline via the salt delivery process / James B. Knighton and Charles E. Baldwin --
A nonaqueous reprocessing process for thorium-based fuels / J.K. Bates, L.J. Jardine, and M. Krumpelt --
AIROX dry pyrochemical processing of oxide fuels : a proliferation-resistant reprocessing technique / L.F. Grantham, R.G. Clark, R.C. Hoyt, and J.R. Miller --
Molten salt oxidation-reduction techniques for gasoline processing / L.G. Morgan, L.L. Burger, and R.D. Scheele --
Photochemistry of the actinides / L.M. Toth, J.T. Bell, and H.A. Friedman --
software of photochemical ideas to actinide separation approaches / G.L. Depoorter and C.K. Rofer-Depoorter --
Plutonium partitioning tools in strength reactor gasoline reprocessing / Alfred Schneider and Barry G. Wahlig --
improvement of the electropulse column for uranium-plutonium partition within the AGNS reprocessing plant / A.F. Cermak and R.G. Spaunburgh --
Electroredox systems for plutonium in energy reactor gas reprocessing / Franz Baumgärtner, Hubert Goldacker, and Helmut Schmieder --
The separation of uranium and plutonium by means of electrolytic aid within the purex technique / He Jian-Yu, Zhang Qing-Xuan, and Lo Long-Jun --
reports on actinides separation in JAERI / Tomitaro Ishimori --
Heavy aspect separation for thorium-uranium-plutonium fuels / G.R. furnish, W.W. Morgan, K.K. Mehta, and F.P. Sargent --
advancements in thorium-uranium separation within the acid-thorex technique / Glen E. Benedict --
Actinide partitioning flowsheets / D.D. Tedder, B.C. Finney, and J.O. Blomeke --
Flowsheet improvement paintings on the Idaho Chemical Processing Plant for the partitioning of actinides from acidic nuclear waste / L.D. McIsaac, J.D. Baker, J.F. Krupa, D.H. Meikrantz, and N.C. Schroeder --
restoration of derivative actinides from strength reactor fuels and creation of warmth resource isotopes / G. Koch --
Separation of actinides from purex-type excessive energetic waste raffinates : improvement of experimental reviews at JRC-ISPRA institution / L. Cecille, H. Dworschak, F. Girardi, B.A. Hunt, F. Mannone, and F. Mousty --
elimination of americium and curium from high-level wastes / W.D. Bond and R.E. Leuze --
Americium restoration and purification at Rocky residences / James D. Navratil, Larry L. Martella, and Gary H. Thompson --
The extraction of DBP and MBP from actinides : software to the restoration of actinides from TBP-sodium carbonate scrub answer / E.P. Horwitz, G.W. Mason, C.A.A. Bloomquist, R.A. Leonard, and G.J. Bernstein --
Dissolution of plutonium dioxide : a severe evaluation / Jack L. Ryan and Lane A. Bray --
contemporary Savannah River event and improvement with actinide separations / M.C. Thompson, G.A. Burney, and J.M. McKibben --
Separation of long-lived [alpha]-emitters from hugely radioactive options within the thorium-uranium gasoline cycle / U. Wenzel, C.L. Branquinho, D. Herz, and G. Ritter --
Laboratory and pilot plant reviews on conversion of uranyl nitrate to uranium hexafluoride / I.J. Urza and D.C. Kilian --
Separation of actinides from excessive lively waste via counter present ion migration / B.A. Bilal, F. Herrmann, ok. Metscher, B. Mühlig, Ch. Reichmuth, and B. Schwarz --
Polymolybdates as plutonium (IV) hosts / R.A. Penneman, R.G. Haire, and M.H. Lloyd.

Show description

Read Online or Download Actinide Separations PDF

Best chemistry books

Radical Reactions in Aqueous Media (RSC Green Chemistry Series, Volume 6)

Chemists at the moment are relocating clear of risky, environmentally damaging, and biologically incompatible natural solvents. With its comparatively cheap, prepared availability, and ability to take away environmentally unfriendly by-products, water is an seen substitute. contemporary advances in loose radical chemistry in water have elevated the flexibility and adaptability of homolytic carbon-hydrogen, carbon-carbon, carbon-halogen, carbon-nitrogen bond formations in aqueous media.

The Chemistry of Antitumour Agents

Walter C. J. ROSS Emeritus Professor, college of London To paraphrase a press release made by means of Howard E. Skipper decades in the past, 'We melanoma chemotherapists have usually exploited and overworked our chemist colleagues they usually were very easily forgotten at award giving times'. This ebook is an try to rectify this and spotlight the contribution of the chemist in editing the constitution of assorted kinds of agent to reinforce their effectiveness as inhibitors of the expansion of neoplastic tissues.

Extra resources for Actinide Separations

Example text

H i g h l i g h t s o f these l a b o r a t o r y t e s t s are d i s c u s s e d here; d e t a i l e d r e s u l t s are provided i n References 12 and 13. The e f f i c i e n c y o f f r e s h l y p r e c i p i t a t e d i r o n hydroxide i n scavenging plutonium and other a c t i n i d e s from aqueous waste s o l u t i o n s i s w e l l known. Processes based on two or more c y c l e s of i r o n hydroxide p r e c i p i t a t i o n have long been used s u c c e s s f u l l y at the U. S. 3M A l ( N 0 ) 3 .

In t h i s l a t t e r connection i t must be pointed out that the s o r p t i o n behavior of neptunium i n these experiments was followed by a n a l y s i s f o r N p i n the presence of i t s alphae m i t t i n g parent Am. The o x i d a t i o n state of the neptunium thus produced i s not known. ch003 f 3 5 2 3 9 2I+3 Results of experiments conducted t o i n v e s t i g a t e HNO3 desorption of t r a c e r amounts of s e l e c t e d r a d i o n u c l i d e s sorbed on the various inorganic ion exchangers are presented i n Table IV.

5 Plutonium Peroxide Precipitation: Review and Current Research P. G . H A G A N and F . J. O. Box 464, Golden, C O 80401 Plutonium was first discovered by Seaborg, MacMillan, Kennedy and Wahl on December 14, 1940. In September 1942, the first pure compound of plutonium, PuO , was prepared by Cunningham and Werner. Since that time plutonium has been studied extensively and its production, recovery, and purification have been well established. A prime responsibility of the Rocky Flats Plant since it was built by the Atomic Energy Commission some 25 years ago has been the recovery and purification of plutonium.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.14 of 5 – based on 45 votes