Leaching of Devitrified Glass Containing Simulated SRP Nuclear Waste

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Time-temperature transformation curves have been determined for SRL-165 and SRL-131 waste glasses for all potential waste compositions. SRL-165 glasses, which contain less alkali, exhibit less complex devitrification and higher overall durability than SRL-131 waste glasses. Devitrification was found to have less effect on the durability of waste glasses than changes in composition. Non-uniform dissolution at the glass leached layer interface is observed. However, leached layers formed after 28 days shield the crystal interfaces from further dissolution.

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Jantzen, C.M. November 19, 1984.

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Time-temperature transformation curves have been determined for SRL-165 and SRL-131 waste glasses for all potential waste compositions. SRL-165 glasses, which contain less alkali, exhibit less complex devitrification and higher overall durability than SRL-131 waste glasses. Devitrification was found to have less effect on the durability of waste glasses than changes in composition. Non-uniform dissolution at the glass leached layer interface is observed. However, leached layers formed after 28 days shield the crystal interfaces from further dissolution.

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  • Annual Meeting of the Materials Research Society, Boston, MA (US), 11/26/1984--11/30/1984

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Jantzen, C.M. Leaching of Devitrified Glass Containing Simulated SRP Nuclear Waste, article, November 19, 1984; South Carolina. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc724703/: accessed October 23, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.