Actinide Speciation in High Ionic Strength Media: Experimental and Modeling Approaches to…

Hardcover | November 30, 1999

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This proceedings, based on an American Chemical Society symposium entitled `Experimental and Modeling Studies of Actinide Speciation in Non-Ideal Systems', deals with the management and disposal of radioactive waste. More specifically, it concerns modeling and experimental approaches for actinide chemistry in high ionic strength media, including general aspects of actinide chemistry in high-level nuclear waste and environmental systems, and the special problems of actinide behavior in concentrated electrolytes and/or alkaline conditions.

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This proceedings, based on an American Chemical Society symposium entitled `Experimental and Modeling Studies of Actinide Speciation in Non-Ideal Systems', deals with the management and disposal of radioactive waste. More specifically, it concerns modeling and experimental approaches for actinide chemistry in high ionic strength m...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:278 pages, 9.41 × 0.04 × 0.98 inPublished:November 30, 1999Publisher:SpringerLanguage:English

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ISBN - 13:9780306461859

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Foreword. Preface. I: Actinide Chemistry in High Ionic Strength Media: General Aspects. 1. Near Field and Far Field Interactions and Data Needs for Geologic Disposal of Nuclear Waste; G.R. Choppin. 2. Modern Speciation Techniques Applied to Environmental Systems; H. Nitsche, et al. 3. Modeling the Effect of Ionic Interactions on Radionuclides in Natural Waters; F.J. Millero. 4. Use of Dissolved and Colloidal Actinide Parameters within the 1996 Waste Isolation Pilot Plant Compliance Certification Application; C.T. Stockman, R.C. Moore. 5. Chemical Species of Plutonium in Hanford Site Radioactive Waste Tanks; G.S. Barney, C.H. Delegard. II: Actinide Complexation and Solubility. 6. Dissociation Constants of Carboxylic Acids at High Ionic Strengths J. Mizera, et al. 7. Correlation of Equilibrium Constants with Ionic Strength by SIT, Pitzer and Parabolic Models; M. Du, G.R. Choppin. 8. Actinyl(VI) Carbonates in Concentrated Sodium Chloride Solutions: Characterization, Solubility and Stability; W. Runde, et al. 9. Solubility of NaNd(CO3)2.6H20(c) in Mixed Electrolyte (Na-Cl-CO3-HCO3) and Synthetic Brine Solutions; L. Rao, et al. 10. Determination of the Distribution of Pu, Np and U Oxidation in Dilute NaCl and Sythetic Brine Solutions; Y. Xia, et al. 11. Plutonium (VI) Solubility Studies in Savannah River Site High-Level Waste; D.G. Karraker. 12. UO2 2+ and NpO2 2+ Complexation with Citrate in Brine Solutions; M. Bronikowski, et al. 13. Complexation and Ion Interactions In Am(III)/EDTA/NaCl Ternary System; J. Chen, et al. 14. Interaction of Uranyl with Humic and Fulvic Acids at High Ionic Strength; N. Labonne-Wall, et al. III: Actinide Colloidal and Microbiological Interactions. 14. Retardation of Colloidal Actinides Through Filtration in Intrusion Borhole Backfill at the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP); R. Auilar, et al. 15. Contribution of Mineral-Fragment Type Pseudo-colloids to the Mobile Actinide Source Term of the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP); J.W. Kelly, et al. 16. Laboratory Evaluation of Colloidal Actinide Transport at the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP): 1. Crushed-Dolomite Column Flow Experiments; W.G. Yelton, et al. 17. Laboratory Evaluation of Colloid Transport Under Simulated Subsurface Conditions at the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP): 2. Large-Scale-Intact-Core Column Flow Experiments; D.A. Lucero. 18. Toxicity of Actinides to Bacterial Strains Isolated from the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP) Environment; B. A. Strietelmeier, et al.