4 edition of New separation chemistry techniques for radioactive waste and other specific applications found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by L. Cecille, M. Casarci, and L. Pietrelli.|
|Contributions||Cécille, L., Casarci, M., Pietrelli, L., Commission of the European Communities. Directorate-General for Science, Research, and Development., ENEA (Agency : Italy)|
|LC Classifications||TD898.17 .N48 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 307 p. :|
|Number of Pages||307|
|LC Control Number||91018593|
The U.S. chemical industry includes producers of industrial gases, large-volume commodity chemicals and polymers, chemical products for agricultural and medicinal uses, and performance-targeted chemical and polymer specialties. The industry produces . Chemical Applications of Tracers / Isotope Effects / Storage and Disposal of Nuclear Waste / Chemistry of Operating Reactors / Radiochemical Separation Techniques / Precipitation / Solvent Extraction / File Size: KB.
A novel extraction chromatographic resin comprised of a quaternary amine-based liquid anion exchanger sorbed on an inert polymeric substrate for the sorption of actinides from nitric and hydrochloric acids is described. The resin is shown to exhibit. TRACER TECHNIQUES. Radio isotopes are frequently used as tracers or tagged atoms in may processes in different fields like surgery, medicine, agriculture, industry and chemistry. In tracer techniques, a radioactive isotope is added to the reactants and its movement is studied by measuring radioactivity in different parts.
Separation and purification, in chemistry, separation of a substance into its components and the removal of impurities. There are a large number of important applications in fields such as medicine and manufacturing. Since ancient times, people have used methods of separating and purifying chemical. Improved Separation Techniques for the Characterization of Radioactive Waste Samples April M. Meeks, John M. Keller, Joe M. Giaquinto, Tobin Ross Oak Ridge National Laboratory, P.O. Box , Oak Ridge, TN Abstract Analysts have routinely used organic solvent extractions and precipitation techniques to removeAuthor: A. M. Meeks, J. M. Keller, J. M. Giaquinto, T. Ross.
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The purpose of this technical seminar was to evaluate the present state of the art in matter of advanced separation techniques like solvent extraction, ion-exchange, chemical precipitation, membrane and electrical processes for the treatment of radioactive liquid waste and a selection of some specific industrial non-radioactive effluents.
It examines the current state-of-the-art technology for the separation of various metal ions from mixtures, with an emphasis on the separation of radionuclides from radioactive waste. The seminar was comprised of five technical sessions, each devoted to the discussion of the merits of one family of new extractants, exchangers, and absorbers.
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The. The reasons for development of these separations are: 1) the separation of actinide (III, IV, VI) from high level waste (SPIN or OMEGA programs) or actinides separation for waste decomissioning; 2) the replacement of TBP by N,N-dialkylamides in new PUREX reprocessing plants; the interest of N,N-dialkylamides for spent Th fuel reprocessing will also be discussed; 3) the actinide (III)-lanthanide(III) Cited by: 4.
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New Separation Chemistry Techniques for Radioactive Waste and other Specific Applications, Elsevier Applied Science, London and New York, Benedict M., Pigford T. H., Levi H. W., Nuclear Chemical Engineering, McGraw-Hill Book Company, Second Edition, USA, Definition and scope of ion exchange technique and its applications in.
New Separation Chemistry Techniques for Radioactive Waste and Other Specific Applications, L. Cecille, M. Casarci and L. Pietrelli Eds., Elsevier Applied Science, London and New Cited by: Finally, we discuss the potential application of the results obtained to the separation and preconcentration of actinides, both as a group and individually, from soil, groundwater, bioassay samples, and radioactive waste by: measuring radiological, physical, chemical, radiochemical and other characteristics of radioactive waste.
An examination of the waste characterization strategies and practices in various countries indicates that many different or modified control methods are in use.
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operations required for waste disposal. The Nuclear Science Committee, representing the interests of the basic R&D in the OECD/NEA Member countries, has established a task force of experts in actinide chemistry to review the current and developing separation techniques and chemical processes of interest in separating actinides.
This task. Access by Sher-E-Kashmir University of Agricultural Science & Technology of Jammu. Access by Sher-E-Kashmir University of Agricultural Science & Technology of Jammu. (57) [Summary] From a high-level radioactive waste containing fission products (FP), Cm, and Am, which can be efficiently carried out in a shorter time than conventional ion exchange methods and can be operated remotely., Cm free and most FP removed Are provided.
A nitric acid solution containing FP, Cm and Am is heated to 0 ° C. Adding sodium bismuthate powder while maintaining the Cited by: 1. Medical Applications. Radioactive isotopes have numerous medical applications—diagnosing and treating illness and diseases.
One example of a diagnostic application is using radioactive iodine to test for thyroid activity (Figure “Medical Diagnostics”).The thyroid gland in the neck is one of the few places in the body with a significant concentration of : David W. Ball, Jessie A. Key. Final year: Organic Chemistry ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Expertise Organic synthesis Medicinal Chemistry Publications 1.
Calixspherands as Ligands for the Complexation of Radioactive Rubidium, W. I. Iwema Bakker, D. N. Reinhoudt; In New Separation Chemistry Techniques for Radioactive Waste and Other Specific. His research has, among other things, involved the influence of chemistry on core melt accidents, leading on to international research about iodine chemistry, how to mitigate radioactive releases from nuclear accidents, various methods of treatment and separation of spent radioactive fuel, and chemical aspects of final repositories for Book Edition: 3.New separation chemistry techniques for radioactive waste and other specific applications ML Cecille, M Casarci, L Pietrelli Springer Science & Business Media,