Tom C. Resch

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This study shows that acidic and alkaline wastes co-disposed with uranium into subsurface sediments have significant impact on changes in uranium retardation, concentration, and mass during downward migration. For uranium co-disposal with acidic wastes, significant rapid (i.e., hours) carbonate and slow (i.e., 100 s of hours) clay dissolution resulted,(More)
"Determining individual mineral contributions to U(VI) adsorption in a contaminated aquifer sediment: A fluorescence spectroscopy study" (2011). Abstract The adsorption and speciation of U(VI) was investigated on contaminated, fine grained sediment materials from the Han-ford 300 area (SPP1 GWF) in simulated groundwater using cryogenic laser-induced U(VI)(More)
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