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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 ...
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 ...
Using Raman Spectroscopy to Probe the Internal Structure and Excitonic Properties of Light-Harvesting Aggregates of Tetra(sulfonatophenyl)porphyrin
Borrowing ideas from light-harvesting aggregates in nature for use in photovoltaics or solar fuels to improve light collection and solar energy efficiency is an attractive prospect. However an incomplete understanding of ...
Pressure-induced physical and chemical changes of non-conventional energetic materials: Nitrate, perchlorate and peroxide chemistries at high pressure and high temperature
Non-conventional explosives are widely used in terrorist activities, thus imposing a threat to homeland security. The simple combination of oxidizers with fuels is one popular category. Our goal is to explore and understand ...