Scientific Basis for Nuclear Waste Management XV:
Claude G. Sombret
Cambridge University Press, Apr 18, 1992 - Technology & Engineering - 751 pages
Papers of the 15th symposium held in Strasbourg, France, Nov. 1991, on glass leaching mechanisms; glass-environment interactions; glass properties; ceramics; actinide chemistry; spent fuel; canisters; natural analogues; buffer and backfill materials; flow and transport in the repository environment; and the repository. Member price, $52. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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IS GEOLOGICAL DISPOSAL THE ONLY ANSWER?
BACKFILL MODIFICATION USING GEOCHEMICAL PRINCIPLES
RADIOLOGICAL PROTECTION CRITERIA FOR SOLID WASTE
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1992 Materials Research acid actinide alteration americium analysis aqueous backfill Basis for Nuclear bentonite borehole brine buffer calcite calculated canister carbon cations ceramic chemical clay coffinite colloids complex composition concentration containing corrosion rate deposit diffusion coefficient disposal dissolution rate dissolved effects elements energy experimental experiments Figure fission products flow formation fracture geological glass corrosion glass surface granite groundwater ions isotopes Koongarra Laboratory layer leach rates leachate Materials Research Society matrix measured minerals noble metals Nuclear Waste Nuclear Waste Management nuclides observed obtained oxidation oxygen parameters particles perovskite phase plutonium porosity potential precipitation Proc pyrochlore R7T7 glass radioactive waste radionuclides ratio reaction redox release Report repository rock SA/V samples saturation silicate simulated smectite solid solubility solution sorption species specimens spent fuel structure Symp Synroc Table temperature tests tracer transport uraninite uranium uranyl values Waste Management Yucca Mountain zirconolite zone