Solubility and Hydrolysis Behaviour of Neptunium(V)

@inproceedings{Neck1992SolubilityAH,
  title={Solubility and Hydrolysis Behaviour of Neptunium(V)},
  author={V. Neck and J. I. Kim and B. Kanellakopulos},
  year={1992}
}
  • V. Neck, J. I. Kim, B. Kanellakopulos
  • Published 1992
  • Chemistry
  • The hydrolysis behaviour of the N p O i ion has been investigated at 25 by solubility experiments in the pH ränge 7 to 14 in 0.1 M. 1.0 M and 3.0 M NaC104 solutions under pure Ar atmosphere. By measuring the time dependent equiiibrium concentration of Np(V), the chemical State of Np(V) hydroxide precipita tes in each Solution isconfirmed. In 0.1 M NaClO« the precipitate remains amorphous over several months, while in 1.0 M N a C l O i the precipitate changes f rom an amorphous to a more stable… CONTINUE READING
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