Materials for Nuclear Waste Immobilization

Edited by
January 2020
220 pages
  • ISBN978-3-03921-846-2 (Paperback)
  • ISBN978-3-03921-847-9 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Materials for Nuclear Waste Immobilization that was published in

Chemistry & Materials Science
Physical Sciences

The book outlines recent advances in nuclear wasteform materials including glasses, ceramics and cements and spent nuclear fuel. It focuses on durability aspects and contains data on performance of nuclear wasteforms as well as expected behavior in a disposal environment.

  • Paperback
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magnesium potassium phosphate compound; actinides; rare earth elements; uranium; plutonium; americium; lanthanum; neodymium; immobilization; leaching; research reactor fuel element U3Si2-Al; spent nuclear fuel; corrosion; secondary phases; layered double hydroxides LDH; lesukite; inorganic synthesis; nuclear waste; caesium phosphomolybdate; zirconium molybdate; sedimentation; cesium adsorbed; radioactive cesium; safe storage; zeolite polymer composite fiber; geopolymer; paper sludge ash; radionuclide; hazardous water; immobilization; seawater; strontium; cesium; chlorine; spent nuclear fuel; geological repository; criticality safety; burnup credit; loading curves; iodine; waste form; corrosion; microscopy; silver iodide; fractional release; alkali borosilicate glass; leaching processes; modeling; borosilicate glass corrosion; heavy ion irradiation; in situ fluid-cell Raman spectroscopy; forward dissolution rate; crystalline ceramics; nuclear waste; immobilization; sintering; spark plasma sintering; nuclear waste; spent nuclear fuel; immobilisation; conditioning; wasteforms; vitrification; glass; ceramics; glass composite materials; durability