Chemical Thermodynamics of Neptunium and Plutonium

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Elsevier, Sep 9, 2001 - Science - 845 pages
Unlike earlier books in this series, this review describes the selection of chemical thermodynamic data for species of two elements, neptunium and plutonium. Although this came about more by circumstance than design, it has allowed for a more consistent approach to chemical interpretation than might have occurred in two separate treatments. It has also drawn attention to cases where the available data do not show expected parallels, and where further work may be useful to confirm or refute apparent differences in the behaviour of neptunium and plutonium.
 

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Contents

Introduction
3
Standards Conventions and Contents of the Tables
9
Selected neptunium data
39
Selected plutonium data
53
Selected auxiliary data
65
Discussion of neptunium data selection
83
Neptunium aqua ions
91
Neptunium oxygen and hydrogen compounds and complexes
105
Experimental equilibrium data for the plutoniumIII thiocyanate system
441
Plutonium group 2 alkalineearth compounds
443
Authors list
541
A Discussion of selected references
569
Calculated and observed values for the first hydrolysis constants of several tripositive ions from 54HIN
581
Equilibrium constants referring to Reaction A 33 as reported in 69KRYKOM 69KRYKOM3
618
Equilibrium constants referring to Reaction A 34 as reported in 69KRYKOM2 69KRYKOM4
619
Values of the formation constant of NpSCVj from the reaction of Np + with HSO based on a recalculation of the results of Patil and Ramakrishna 73P...
643

lysis constant for Np4+ and the SIT plot
113
Neptunium group 17 halogen compounds and complexes
131
Neptunium group 16 compounds and complexes
177
Neptunium group 15 compounds and complexes
187
stant for NpNO+
193
Neptunium group 14 compounds and complexes
201
NpChfCO33 redox equilibrium using the SIT
213
constant 3 kg mol using the SIT
247
solubility is large log0 CO 2
280
Neptunium group 2 alkalineearth compounds
289
Discussion of plutonium data selection
295
Plutonium aqua ions
301
Plutonium oxygen and hydrogen compounds and complexes
317
Plutonium group 17 halogen compounds and complexes
345
Plutonium group 16 compounds and complexes
389
Plutonium group 15 compounds and complexes
401
Experimental equilibrium data for the plutoniumIV nitrate system
407
Experimental equilibrium data for the dioxoplutoniuml VI nitrate system
414
Experimental equilibrium data for the PuIV phosphate system
417
Literature equilibrium constants for the PuVI phosphate system
419
Plutonium group 14 compounds and complexes
425
Summary of experimental results concerning PuO+CO complexes
430
Recommended values in the Pu VI carbonate system
431
Thermodynamic constants of MIV hydrolysis at 25C as given by 74SOL
649
Standard potentials 0 from measurements of the NpVINpV redox couple in aqueous carbonate media
669
Formation constants of thiocyanate complexes reported in 78RAOBAG2 at different tem peratures
672
Stability constants of NpV and PuV complexes with various ligands as given in 78MOSPOZ and 79MOSPOZ
679
Formation constants for neutral plutoniumIV complexes as given by 80SOLZAK
684
Hydrolysis constants for trivalent Pu Am Sm and Eu as given by 82NAICHA
687
Results from refitting Mayas solubility data for NpV in carbonate solutions
691
Values of the formation constant of PuSXi7 from the reaction of Pu 1+ with HSO based on a recalculation of the results of Nash andC1eveland 83NA...
693
Values of temperature coefficients for standard potentials from Blanc and Madic 84BLAMAD
694
Table of values and limiting values of formation constants based on reassessment of Mayas potentiometric titration data 84MAY
703
Calculation of the maximum value of the formation constant of some complexes of NpIV
714
Results of recalculations of the data of Brand and Cobble 170BRACOB1
725
Values of the formation constant for NpOiCOJ in 0 1 M NaC1O4 from various analyses of the spectrophotometric measurements of Nitsche Standifer...
736
Experimental conditions of the 90RIG1 publication spectrophotometric measurements
739
NpV carbonate complexation constants deduced from the spectrophotometric measure ments reported in 90RIG
740
Determination of the stoichiometry of a hydrated Na2viNpO2CO3 vs solid phase from solubility data 84VIT 85COM 85KIM 86GREROB 90RIG
743
Formation constants of fluoride complexes of tetravalent actinides as reported by Sawant Chaudhuri and Patil 90SAWCHA2
747
Formation constants of fluoride complexes of tetravalent actinides 90SAWCHA2 after correction for the protonation constant of fluoride
748
Curve fitting results for solubility measurements of NpV in carbonatebicarbonatecarbonic acid aqueous solutions 91KIMKLE 94NECKIM 95FANNE...
752
B Ionic strength corrections
799
Assigned uncertainties
823
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