Recovery of Cs from contaminated soil by subcritical water containing metal ions and its solidification using inorganic materials for volume reduction 3 - mechanism of enhanced Cs desorption from clay minerals under hydrothermal condition

@inproceedings{Yin2017RecoveryOC,
  title={Recovery of Cs from contaminated soil by subcritical water containing metal ions and its solidification using inorganic materials for volume reduction 3 - mechanism of enhanced Cs desorption from clay minerals under hydrothermal condition},
  author={Xiangbiao Yin and Nobutake Horiuchi and Takahiro Chikazawa and Asumi Ochiai and Satoshi Utsunomiya and Hideharu Takahashi and Yusuke Inaba and Toshihiko Onuki and Kazuyoshi Takeshita},
  year={2017}
}
Since the widespread Cs pollution following nuclear disasters, decontamination of post-accident soil has earned much attention due to the difficulty of Cs removal for its super-retention in micaceous minerals. Herein, multivalent cations (M/M) was successfully used in present study to desorb Cs from its saturated vermiculized biotite (VB) to clarify the mechanism of Cs removal process on microscale. Results revealed that sorbed Cs was uniformly fixed in the collapsed interlayers of VB crystals… CONTINUE READING

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