Chemical thermodynamics of solid solutions of interest in radioactive waste management

a state-of-the-art report by Jordi Bruno

Publisher: OECD in Paris

Written in English
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  • Radioactive waste disposal,
  • Thermodynamics,
  • Solid Solutions

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This volume is intended as a state-of-the-art report on the modelling of aqueous-solid solution systems by the combined use of chemical thermodynamics and experimental and computational techniques, in the context of radioactive waste management, and more specifically oriented towards underground disposal. These systems are ubiquitous in nature and therefore intrinsic to the understanding and quantification of radionuclide containment and retardation processes present in geological repositories of radioactive waste. Representative cases for study have been chosen from the radioactive waste literature to illustrate the application of the various approaches. No attempt has been made to systematically review the literature dealing with all aspects of solid solutions or to select data, although particular emphasis has been placed on the application of the thermodynamic formalism to systems encountered in radioactive waste management which can be described as solid solutions.--Publisher description.

Edition Notes

Other titlesChemical thermodynamics of solid solutions of interest in nuclear waste management :
StatementJordi Bruno ... [et al.].
SeriesChemical thermodynamics -- v. 10
ContributionsOrganisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, SourceOECD (Online service)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTD898.14.M35 C494 2007
The Physical Object
Paginationxix, 266 p. :
Number of Pages266
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25563764M
ISBN 10926402655X
ISBN 109789264026551
LC Control Number2007475242
OCLC/WorldCa170934680

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