Nuclear Waste Management: Accomplishments of the Environmental Management Science Program

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The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) is charged with cleaning up contaminated sites and disposing of radioactive waste remaining as an environmental legacy of former nuclear weapons development and production. Within the DOE, the Environmental Management Science Program (EMSP) has sought to advance scientific knowledge and technological solutions to significantly reduce environmental cleanup costs, schedules, and risks. This symposium series book presents leading-edge research in the area of nuclear waste management conducted through the EMSP. The chapters are organized into four sections, focusing on (1) characterization, monitoring, and analysis techniques, (2) separations chemistry and technology, (3) facility inspection, decontamination, and decommissioning, as well as materials science, and (4) modeling and waste treatment chemistries. The selected contributors invited from the overall DOE EMSP portfolio of 361 projects represent work being done across the country in universities and the Federally Funded Research and Development Centers.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780841239470
  • Publisher: American Chemical Society
  • Publication date: 9/28/2006
  • Series: ACS Symposium Series , #943
  • Pages: 368
  • Product dimensions: 9.10 (w) x 6.10 (h) x 0.90 (d)

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Table of Contents

Preface
Overview
1. Nuclear Waste Remediation: Accomplishments of the Environmental Management Science Program, Paul W. Wang and Roland F. Hirsch
Characterization, Monitoring, and Analysis Techniques
2. Fluorophores as Chemosensors Based on Calix[4]arenes and Three Different Fluorescence Reporters, Gudrun Goretzki, Peter V. Bonnesen, Reza Dabestani, and Gilbert M. Brown
3. Spectroscopic Properties and Redox Chemistry of Uranium in Borosilicate Glass, Zuojiang Li, Shannon M. Mahurin, and Sheng Dai
4. Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering (SERS) of Uranyl-Humic Complexes Using a Silver-Doped Sol-Gel Substrate, Lili Bao, Hui Yan, Shannon M. Mahurin, Baohua Gu, and Sheng Dai
5. Analysis of Electrochemical Impedance Data for Iron in Borate Buffer Solutions, Jun Liu, Brian M. Marx, and Digby D. Macdonald
6. Investigating Ultrasonic Diffraction Grating Spectroscopy and Reflection Techniques for Characterizing Slurry Properties, M. S. Greenwood, A. Brodsky, L. Burgess, and L. J. Bond
7. Novel Chemical Detection Strategies for TCE and PCE, Andrew C. R. Pipino, Johan P. M. Hoefnagels, John T. Woodward, Curtis W. Meuse, and Vitalii Silin
Separations Chemistry and Technology
8. Separation of Fission-Products Based on Room-Temperature Ionic Liquids, Huimin Luo, Sheng Dai, Peter V. Bonnesen, and A. C. Buchanan, III
9. Supercritical Fluid Extraction of Radionuclides - A Green Technology for Nuclear Waste Management, Chien M. Wai
10. Fundamental Chemistry of the Universal Extraction (UNEX) Process for the Simultaneous Separation of Major Radionuclides (Cesium, Strontium, Actinides, and Lanthanides) from Radioactive Wastes, R. Scott Herbst, Thomas A. Luther, Dean R. Peterman, Vasily A. Babain, Igor V. Smirnov, and Evgenii S. Stoyanov
11. Dynamics of Switch-Binding by a Linear Ligand that Transforms to a Macrocycle upon Chelation to a Metal Ion: Synthesis, Kinetics, and Equilibria, Mansour M. Hassan, Chi Zhang, Jong-ill Lee, K. Mani Bushan, Anne McCasland, Richard S. Givens, and Daryle H. Busch
12. Organofunctional Sol-Gel Materials for Toxic Metal Separation, Hee-Jung Im, Terry L. Yost, Yihui Yang, J. Morris Bramlett, Xianghua Yu, Bryan C. Fagan, Leonardo R. Allain, Tianniu Chen, Craig E. Barnes, Sheng Dai, Lee E. Roecker, Michael J. Sepaniak, Zi-Ling Xue
Facility Inspection, Decontamination, and Decommissioning; Materials Science
13. Investigation of Nanoparticle Formation during Surface Decontamination and Characterization by Pulsed Laser, Meng-Dawn Cheng and Doh-Won Lee
14. Recent Progress in the Development of Supercritical Carbon Dioxide-Soluble Metal Ion Extractants, Mark L. Dietz, Daniel R. McAlister, Dominique Stepinski, Peter R. Zalupski, Julie A. Dzielawa, Richard E. Barrans, Jr., J. N. Hess, Audris V. Rubas, Renato Chiarizia, Christopher Lubbers, Aaron M. Scurto, Joan F. Brennecke, and Albert W. Herlinger
15. Investigation of SOMS and Their Related Perovskites, Yali Su, Liyu Li, Tina M. Nenoff, May D. Nyman, Alexandra Navrotsky, and Hongwu Xu
Modeling and Waste Treatment Chemistries
16. Solubility of TcO2·xH2O(am) in the Presence of Gluconate in Aqueous Solution, Nancy J. Hess, Yuanxian Xia, and Andrew R. Felmy
17. Behavior of Technetium in Alkaline Solution: Identification of Non-Pertechnetate Species in High-Level Nuclear Waste Tanks at the Hanford Reservation, Wayne W. Lukens, David K. Shuh, Norman C. Schroeder, and Kenneth R. Ashley
18. Effects of Sodium Hydroxide and Sodium Aluminate on the Precipitation of Aluminum Containing Species in Tank Wastes, Shas V. Mattigod, David T. Hobbs, Kent E. Parker, David E. McCready, and Li-Qiong Wang
Author Index
Subject Index

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