The Effects of Nitric Acid on Extraction Properties of TODGA During Fission Product Management

Bromley, Michael Anthony and Boxall, Colin (2017) The Effects of Nitric Acid on Extraction Properties of TODGA During Fission Product Management. MRS Advances, 2 (10). pp. 563-568. ISSN 2059-8521

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Abstract

In the context of management of the wastes arising from the reprocessing of spent nuclear fuel, studies have been conducted into the solvent extraction kinetics of lanthanide fission products by TODGA and the effects of solvent phase acidity on the effectiveness of this organic extractant molecule. In this study we observe an increase in organic phase viscosity increasing acidity and, potentially by consequence, that the rate of cerium extraction is summarily decreased.

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Journal Article
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MRS Advances
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https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/mrs-advances/article/effects-of-nitric-acid-on-extraction-properties-of-todga-during-fission-product-management/813B449EEF1BC82B27906207EFDAF3BB The final, definitive version of this article has been published in the Journal, MTS Advances, 2 (10), pp 563-568 2017, © 2017 Cambridge University Press.
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127074
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10 Oct 2018 14:04
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29 Feb 2020 06:12