Nuclear waste research; siting, technology and treatment.9781604561845
Nuclear waste research; siting, technology and treatment.
Ed. by Arnold P. Lattefer.
Nova Science Publishers
The issue of disposal methods for nuclear waste is one of the most pressing problems that the international nuclear industry faces. This book presents the latest research in the field. Contributors from Japan, the US, Europe, Australia, and Russia describe recent work in areas such as magnesium phosphate Magnesium phosphate is a phosphate appearing in three forms:
Various forms have been used as laxatives and antacids. glasses for high level nuclear waste immobilization Immobilization Definition
Immobilization refers to the process of holding a joint or bone in place with a splint, cast, or brace. This is done to prevent an injured area from moving while it heals. , public attitudes toward nuclear waste and siting policy, millimeter-wave monitoring for nuclear waste vitrification vit·ri·fi·ca·tion
The process of using heat and fusion to convert dental porcelain to a glassy substance.
vitrification , and the application of gas-cooled reactor Noun 1. gas-cooled reactor - a nuclear reactor using gas as a coolant
nuclear reactor, reactor - (physics) any of several kinds of apparatus that maintain and control a nuclear reaction for the production of energy or artificial elements technology to the design of accelerator driven systems for nuclear waste transmutation transmutation /trans·mu·ta·tion/ (trans?mu-ta´shun)
1. evolutionary change of one species into another.
2. the change of one chemical element into another. . Information on the editor is not given.
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