Uranium(6+) sorption on montmorillonite: Experimental and surface complexation modeling study

@article{Pabalan1996Uranium6SO,
  title={Uranium(6+) sorption on montmorillonite: Experimental and surface complexation modeling study},
  author={Roberto T. Pabalan and David R Turner},
  journal={Aquatic Geochemistry},
  year={1996},
  volume={2},
  pages={203-226}
}
AbstractSorption interactions with montmorillonite and other clay minerals in soils, sediments, and rocks are potentially important mechanisms for attenuating the mobility of U(6+) and other radionuclides through the subsurface environment. Batch experiments were conducted (in equilibrium with atmospheric $$P_{CO_2 } $$ )to determine the effects of varying pH (2 to 9), solid-mass to solution-volume ratio (M/V = 0.028 to 3.2 g/L), and solution concentration (2 × 10−7 and 2 × 10−6 M233U) on U(6… CONTINUE READING

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