Factors governing the efficiency of dissolution of UO2 ceramic pellets in aqueous solutions of iron nitrate View Full Text


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2014-05

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Yu. M. Kulyako, S. A. Perevalov, T. I. Trofimov, M. D. Samsonov, S. E. Vinokurov, D. A. Malikov, B. F. Myasoedov

ABSTRACT

Dissolution of ceramic UO2 in aqueous Fe(NO3)3 solutions at different temperatures under the conditions of limited contact with air and in the autoclave mode was studied. In the course of UO2 dissolution at 60–90°C, the U/Fe molar ratio appears to be ∼1, whereas at room temperature (25°C) this value is ∼0.5. By varying the acidity of Fe nitrate solutions at these temperatures, it is possible to increase the U/Fe molar ratio to ∼4 and to obtain uranyl nitrate solutions with simultaneous removal of Fe from the solution in the form of a precipitate of the basic salt, or to perform quantitative dissolution of UO2 under the conditions excluding the formation of such precipitate. In the course of dissolution of ceramic UO2 in Fe(NO3)3 solutions, the appearance or absence of Fe(II) ions, the formation or absence of the precipitate of the Fe basic salt, and variation of solution pH are interrelated and are determined by the process temperature. More... »

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247-251

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Radiochemistry

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3

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56

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