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Optimization of the Electrochemical Pre-Concentration of f-Elements
Rapid pre-concentration of trace lanthanide cations in aqueous solution has been achieved using mercury film electrodes. Although effective, this technique has shown minimal sample carryover when used to pre-concentrate ...
Application of Hadamard Transform Ion Mobility Mass Spectrometry to Global Metabolomics
Conventional Ion mobility mass spectrometry (IMMS) provides rapid separation and detection of complex mixtures. It is merging as a powerful analytical platform for the field of metabolomics but is limited in throughput. ...
INVESTIGATING THE SPECIATION AND EXTRACTION OF COMMERCIALLY IMPORTANT METALS FROM SPENT NUCLEAR FUEL RAFFINATES: AN INTEGRATED COMPUTATIONAL AND EXPERIMENTAL APPROACH
Understanding the solution chemistry of fission products in solution is central to the operation of the nuclear fuel cycle and to the environmental remediation of any byproducts that migrate away from waste disposal ...
Activation Product Analysis in the Presence of Fission Products
Methods to quantify activation products in complex samples are needed in areas such as nuclear safeguards, waste treatment and identification, environmental monitoring, and consequence management. Formation of activation ...
The Application of Electrospray Mass Spectrometry to Solution Speciation: An Integrated Experimental and Computational Approach
Electrospray ionization mass spectrometry (ESI-MS) is a promising technique for the study of metal:ligand solution speciation. While ESI-MS is frequently used qualitatively with some success, quantitative use of the technique ...
UTILIZATION OF TRADITIONAL AND NOVEL NMR SPECTROSCOPIC TECHNIQUES TO PROBE INTERACTIONS IN THE ORGANIC PHASE OF LIQUID-LIQUID SOLVENT EXTRACTION SYSTEMS
Solvent extraction is a technique commonly used is the reprocessing of used nuclear fuel elements. It utilizes the partitioning of a metal ion between two immiscible phases, typically an acidic aqueous phase and a light ...