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The relative impact of radiolysis products in radiation induced oxidative dissolution of UO2
The relative impact of radiolysis products in radiation induced oxidative dissolution Of UO2 has been studied experimentally. The experiments were performed by y-irradiating an aqueous solution conExpand
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Radiolysis of Water on ZrO2 Nanoparticles
The radiolysis of water adsorbed on the surface of ZrO2 nanoparticles has been examined using a variety of spectroscopic techniques. Irradiations were performed with fast electrons, γ rays, and 5 MeVExpand
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Radiation induced spent nuclear fuel dissolution under deep repository conditions.
The dynamics of spent nuclear fuel dissolution in groundwater is an important part of the safety assessment of a deep geological repository for high level nuclear waste. In this paperwe discusstheExpand
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Imatinib assay by HPLC with photodiode-array UV detection in plasma from patients with chronic myeloid leukemia: Comparison with LC-MS/MS.
BACKGROUND Imatinib, a competitive inhibitor of BCR-ABL tyrosine kinase, is now the first-line treatment for chronic myelogenous leukemia (CML). Therapeutic drug monitoring targeting trough plasmaExpand
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Oxidation of UO2(s) in aqueous solution
In this review the kinetics and mechanism of oxidative dissolution of UO2(s), mainly under conditions of relevance for the safety assessment of a deep geological repository for spent nuclear fuel,Expand
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Dissolution of UO2 by one- and two-electron oxidants
In this work, the efficiency of one- and two-electron oxidants in oxidative dissolution Of UO2 has been investigated. This was accomplished by measuring the U(VI)-concentration in solution after exExpand
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Instant release of fission products in leaching experiments with high burn-up nuclear fuels in the framework of the Euratom project FIRST- Nuclides
Abstract The instant release of fission products from high burn-up UO 2 fuels and one MOX fuel was investigated by means of leach tests. The samples covered PWR and BWR fuels at average rod burn-upExpand
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Effects of matrix composition on instant release fractions from high burn-up nuclear fuel
The release of radionuclides from spent nuclear fuel in contact with water is controlled by two processes – the dissolution of the UO 2 grains and the rapid release of fission products segregatedExpand
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Radiation chemical synthesis and characterization of UO2 nanoparticles
The focus of this doctoral thesis is the redox chemistry involved in radiation induced oxidative dissolution of spent nuclear fuel and UO2 (as a model substance for spent nuclear fuel). It is shownExpand
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Combined effects of Fe(II) and oxidizing radiolysis products on UO2 and PuO2 dissolution in a system containing solid UO2 and PuO2
The stability of UO2 spent nuclear fuel in an oxygen-free geological repository depends on the absence of oxidizing reaction partners in the near field. This work investigates the reactions betweenExpand
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