Separation of radionuclides from a fission product solution by ion exchange on alumina View Full Text


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DATE

1994-01

AUTHORS

G. Bernhard

ABSTRACT

The distribution of different radionuclides depends on their speciation in the real fission product solution and the electric charge of the alumina. The pH-value is the main parameter that influences the disyribution coefficient. By combination of an acidic adsorption and an alkaline desorption process, the interesting fission molybdenum can be separated. The distribution ratios of the relevant radionuclides are described. More... »

PAGES

321-325

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