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Temperature effects in the near-field radioactive waste disposal environment can result in changes in the adsorptive capacity and character of the substrate and the chemistry of the reacting fluids. This work examines the effect of temperature on 1) the kinetics of radionuclide sorption onto clays from 25 degree -75 degree C and 2) the degradation and metal-binding ability of two organic complexing agents found in chelated radioactive wastes and natural groundwaters.
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EFFECT OF TEMPERATURE ON THE SORPTION OF CHELATED RADIONUCLIDES.
Materials Research Soc
Pittsburgh, PA, USA
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Scientific Basis for Nuclear Waste Management VIII. Held as part of the Fall Meeting of the Materials Research Society.