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Scientific Basis for Nuclear Waster Management XXXI: Volume 1107. MRS Proceedings

  • ID: 2129634
  • Book
  • June 2008
  • 709 Pages
  • Cambridge University Press
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This book offers an overview of the status of the UK's clean-up program and reviews international research programs including those in Europe and the United States. Topics Include: geological disposal concepts; ILW wasteforms; glasses and glass composite materials; leaching; ceramic wasteforms; radiation effects; Pu wasteforms; spent fuel; engineered barrier systems; mobilization, migration and retention and performance assessment.
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Part I - National and International Programs;

Part II - Disposal Concepts;

Part III - ILW Wasteforms;

Part IV - Glasses and Glass Composite Materials;

Part V - Leaching;

Part VI - Ceramic Wasteforms;

Part VII - Radiation Effects in Ceramics;

Part VIII - Plutonium Wasteforms;

Part IX - Spent Nuclear Fuel;

Part X - Engineered Barrier Systems I: Backfill and Buffer;

Part XI - Engineered Barrier Systems II: Containers;

Part XII - Mobilization, Migration and Retention;

Part XIII - Performance Assessment; Author index; Subject index.
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William E. Lee Imperial College London.

John W. Roberts University of Sheffield.

Neil C. Hyatt University of Sheffield.

Robin W. Grimes Imperial College London.
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