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by D. Caurant,P. Loiseau,O. Majerus,V. Aubin-Chevaldonnet,I. Bardez

Free eBook Ceramics, Glass-Ceramics and Glasses for Immobilization of High-Level Nuclear Wastes download ISBN: 1604561742
Author: D. Caurant,P. Loiseau,O. Majerus,V. Aubin-Chevaldonnet,I. Bardez
Publisher: Nova Science Publishers, Inc.; UK ed. edition (January 30, 2009)
Language: English
Pages: 359
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Glasses, ceramics and glass-ceramics waste forms . Glassy waste forms . Ceramic waste forms . Incorporation of high field strength cations in silicate glasses structure .

Glasses, ceramics and glass-ceramics waste forms . Ceramic waste forms for the immobilization of non-separated radioactive wastes . Ceramic waste forms for the specific immobilization of separated long-lived radionuclides . Glass-ceramic waste forms . Definition and principles of preparation of glass-ceramics . Incorporation of Mo6+ cations in silicate glasses structure . Incorporation of Zr4+ cations in silicate glasses structure .

Highly radioactive nuclear waste must be immobilized in very durable matrices such as glasses, glass-ceramics and ceramics in. .

D. Caurant, P. Loiseau, O. Majérus, V. Aubin-Chevaldonnet, I. Bardez, and A. Quintas, Glasses, Glass-Ceramics and Ceramics for Immobilization of Highly Radioactive Nuclear Wastes (Nova Science Publishers, New York, 2009). 4. I. W. Donald, B. L. Metcalfe, and R. N. J. Taylor, J. Mater.

High level nuclear waste from reprocessing of spent nuclear fuel has to be solidified in a stable matrix for safe long-time storage. Vitrification in borosilicate glasses is the technique accepted worldwide as the best combination of engineering constraints from fabrication and physicochemical properties of the matrix. A number of different glasses was developed in different national programs. But recently, glass- ceramics were also studied as potential waste forms for the specific immobilization of separated MA. Today, glass and ceramic matrices are generally retained to immobilize respectively non separated and separated wastes. Nevertheless, multiphase ceramics were also proposed as waste forms for HLW solutions.

Loiseau, . Chevaldonnet, V. Aubin. Disposition of High-Level Waste and Spent Nuclear Fuel : The Continuing Societal and Technical Challenges. Gourier, . Majerus, . Bardez, I. Format: eBook. by: Isolation, Committee on Disposition of High-Level Radioactive Waste Through Geological.

The classification of glass-ceramics waste forms and strategies to design .

The classification of glass-ceramics waste forms and strategies to design glass-ceramics for a given waste stream is discussed. A glassceramic waste form is being developed for immobilization of waste streams of alkali (A), alkalineearth (AE), rare earth (RE), and transition metals generated by transuranic extraction for reprocessing of used nuclear fuel. Glass-ceramic waste forms such as zirconolite (nominally CaZrTi(2)O(7)) based ones can be envisaged as good candidates for minor actinides or Pu immobilization.

Glass-ceramics for nuclear-waste immobilization - Volume 42 Issue 3 - John S. McCloy, Ashutosh Goel. Glass-bonded iodosodalite waste form for immobilization of 129 I. Journal of Nuclear Materials, Vol. 504, Issue. Donato, Giovanni Holzscherer, Derek Beam, Jeremiah C. and Grosvenor, Andrew P. 2018. A one-step synthesis of rare-earth phosphate–borosilicate glass composites. RSC Advances, Vol. 8, Issue.

Glasses, glass-ceramics and ceramics for immobilization of highly radioactive nuclear wastes. Glass–ceramic nuclear waste forms obtained by crystallization of SiO2–Al2O3–CaO–ZrO2–TiO2 glasses containing lanthanides (Ce, Nd, Eu, Gd, Yb) and actinides (Th): Study of the. D Caurant, P Loiseau, O Majerus, V Aubin-Chevaldonnet, I Bardez,. Glass–ceramic nuclear waste forms obtained by crystallization of SiO2–Al2O3–CaO–ZrO2–TiO2 glasses containing lanthanides (Ce, Nd, Eu, Gd, Yb) and actinides (Th): Study of th. Loiseau, D Caurant. Journal of Nuclear Materials 402 (1), 38-54, 2010. Preparation and characterization of (Ba, Cs)(M, Ti) 8O16 (M Al3+, Fe3+, Ga3+, Cr3+, Sc3+, Mg2+) hollandite ceramics developed for radioactive cesium immobilization.

The reprocessing of nuclear spent fuel generates highly radioactive liquid wastes that must be isolated from the . Ceramics, Glass-Ceramics and Glasses for Immobilization of High-Level Nuclear Wastes.

The reprocessing of nuclear spent fuel generates highly radioactive liquid wastes that must be isolated from the biosphere in very durable solid matrices. In this book, results are presented on ceramic and glass-ceramic matrices developed for the conditioning of Cs (hollandite) and minor actinides. 1604561742 (ISBN13: 9781604561746).

Glass ceramics Crystal waste encapsulated in glass matrix. 8. D. Maje´rus, . Crystalline Ceramics Single phase Multiphase (. Synroc consists of titanates hollandite (BaAl2Ti6O16), zirconolite (CaZrTi2O7), perovskite (CaTiO3), and TiO2. Chevaldonnet, I. Quintas: Glasses, Glass-Ceramics and Ceramics for Immobilization of Highly Radioactive Nuclear Wastes, Nova, New York, NY, 2009. Boccaccini, E. Bernardo, L. Blain, and . 2004, vol. 327, pp. 148–58.

The reprocessing of nuclear spent fuel generates highly radioactive liquid wastes (HLW) that must be isolated from the biosphere in very durable solid matrices. In the first part of this book, generalities are presented on the radionuclides occurring in HLW and on the main characteristics and preparation methods of waste forms (glasses, ceramics, glass-ceramics) for the immobilisation of separated or non-separated wastes. In the second part, the characteristics of two categories of long-lived radionuclides (135Cs and minor actinides Np, Am, Cm) and the main matrices proposed for their specific immobilisation are reviewed. The results are presented on ceramic and glass-ceramic matrices developed for the conditioning of Cs (hollandite) and minor actinides (zirconolite, zirconolite-based glass-ceramic) and studied in the authors' laboratory.