Radionuclide Decay Effects on Waste Glass Corrosion
The release of glass components into solution, including radionuclides, may be influenced by the presence of radiolytically produced nitric acid, carboxylic acid, and transient water dissociation products such as *OH and O2. Under batch test conditions, glass corrosion has been shown to increase up to a maximum of three-to five-fold in irradiated tests relative to nonirradiated tests, while in other studies the presence of radiolytic products has actually decreased glass corrosion rates.
D. J. Wronkiewicz, "Radionuclide Decay Effects on Waste Glass Corrosion," Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings, vol. 333, pp. 83-97, Materials Research Society (MRS), Jan 1994.
17th Materials Society Symposium (1993: Nov. 29-Dec. 3, Boston, MA)
Geosciences and Geological and Petroleum Engineering
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Borosilicate Glass; Geological Repositories; Radiation Damage; Vitrification; Bond Damage; Nuclear Waste; Radionuclides; Waste Glass; Radioactive Wastes
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