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A COMBINED CYANEX-923 AND HEH[EHP] PROCESS FOR PARTITIONING USED NUCLEAR FUELS: CHARACTERIZING COMPLEX INTERACTIONS
The efficient separation of used nuclear fuel into its components remains a significant challenge in the operation of a closed nuclear fuel cycle. Many solvent extraction processes have been either successfully applied or ...
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 ...
Probing Molecular Interactions in the Organic Phase of TALSPEAK-like Systems using NMR Spectroscopy
Solvent extraction is the most common separation technique employed to partition lanthanides and actinides between an organic phase, containing an organophosphorus extractant, and an aqueous phase containing concentrated ...