Crystalline Materials for Actinide Immobilisation (BOK)

Boris E. Burakov, Michael I. Ojovan, William (Bill) E. Lee

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This book summarises approaches and current practices in actinide immobilisation using chemically-durable crystalline materials e.g. ceramics and monocrystals. Durable actinide-containing materials including crystalline ceramics and single crystals are attractive for various applications such as nuclear fuel to burn excess Pu, chemically inert sources of; irradiation for use in unmanned space vehicles or producing electricity for microelectronic devices, and nuclear waste disposal. Long-lived emitting actinides such as Pu, Np, Am and Cm are currently of serious concern has a result of increased worldwide growth in the nuclear industry. Actinide-bearing wastes have also accumulated in different countries as a result of nuclear weapons production. Excess weapon and civil Pu from commercial spent fuel is waiting for environmentally-safe immobilisation. As actinides are chemical elements with unique features, they could be beneficially used in different areas of human life including medicine although currently there is no appropriate balance between safe actinide disposal and use. Both use and disposal of actinides require their immobilisation in a durable host material. The choice of an optimal actinide immobilisation route is often a great challenge for specialists. There is a wealth of information about actinide properties in many publications although little is published to summarise the currently accepted approaches and practices on actinide immobilisation. This book intends to provide such information based on the authors' experience and studies in nuclear material management and actinide immobilisation.


Språk Engelsk Engelsk Utgitt 2010
Forfatter Boris E. Burakov, Michael I. Ojovan, William (Bill) E. Lee Forlag
World Scientific Publishing UK
ISBN 9781848164185 Antall sider 216
Dimensjoner 15,5cm x 23,1cm x 1,5cm Vekt 522 gram
Leverandør Bertram Trading Ltd Emner og form Inorganic chemistry