Radionuclide Sorption to Rocks and Minerals: Effects of pH and Inorganic Anions. Part 1. Sorption of Cesium, Cobalt, Strontium and Manganese

@inproceedings{Fujikawa1997RadionuclideST,
  title={Radionuclide Sorption to Rocks and Minerals: Effects of pH and Inorganic Anions. Part 1. Sorption of Cesium, Cobalt, Strontium and Manganese},
  author={Yukiko Fujikawa and Manabu Fukui},
  year={1997}
}
Sorption of '"Cs, "'Sr, '̂ 'Mn and "'Co to rocks (metamorphosed chert and shale, and granodiorite) and minerals (hematite, magnetite and calcite) was investigated in 0.001 N, O.Ol N and 0.1 N solutions of Na2S04, NaCl, NajCO., and NaHCO,. The effects of pH and co-existing anions on the sorption of these radionuclides are discussed in terms of surface complex formation. Increase in the sorption of Cs in the presence of SOJ" ions is explained by preferential formation of a temary complex, such as… CONTINUE READING

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