Physicochemical behavior of uranium and technetium in some new stages of the nuclear fuel cycle

V. F. Peretrukhin, F. Moisy, A. G. Maslennikov, M. Simonoff, A. Yu. Tsivadze, K. E. German, F. David, B. Fourest, C. Sergeant, M. Lecomte
  • Russian Journal of General Chemistry, May 2008, Pleiades Publishing Ltd
  • DOI: 10.1134/s107036320805037x

behavior of uranium and technetium in some new stages of the nuclear fuel cycle

What is it about?

Physicochemical behavior of uranium and technetium in some new stages of the nuclear fuel cycle have been analysed. Synthetic methods and electrochemistry of these radionuclides is studied

Why is it important?

Reprocessing of uranium dioxide is an important stage afted its use in nuclear power plants as a nuclear fuel.

Perspectives

Prof Konstantin E German (Author)
Institute of Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry RAS

Some important properties of uranium and technetium will be studied soon

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