Structural trends and bonding of the 5ƒ-elements (U-Am) with the oxoligand I03-.

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The solid state chemistry of transuranium compounds has received considerably less attention than their uranium analogs owing to decreased availability and the highly specialized facilities needed to safely study long-lived {alpha}-emitters. However, understanding the behavior of the early transuranium elements is critical for assessing their environmental impact as long-term contributors to radioactive dose in nuclear waste repositories. Of particular interest is how these elements might react with fission product radionuclides such as 129I, or their derivatives. In fact, iodine can exist in solution in both oxidized and reduced forms, i .e. as I03 and F, and studies on the nature ... continued below

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Bean, A. C. (Amanda Cherise); Scott, B. L. (Brian L.); Albrecht-Schmitt, T. E. (Thomas E.) & Runde, W. H. (Wolfgang H.) January 1, 2003.

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The solid state chemistry of transuranium compounds has received considerably less attention than their uranium analogs owing to decreased availability and the highly specialized facilities needed to safely study long-lived {alpha}-emitters. However, understanding the behavior of the early transuranium elements is critical for assessing their environmental impact as long-term contributors to radioactive dose in nuclear waste repositories. Of particular interest is how these elements might react with fission product radionuclides such as 129I, or their derivatives. In fact, iodine can exist in solution in both oxidized and reduced forms, i .e. as I03 and F, and studies on the nature of129I in nuclear waste suggested the existence of iodate, 103.2

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  • Submitted to: Plutonium Futures Conference-the Science 2003, 6-10 July 2003, Albuquerque, NM

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Bean, A. C. (Amanda Cherise); Scott, B. L. (Brian L.); Albrecht-Schmitt, T. E. (Thomas E.) & Runde, W. H. (Wolfgang H.). Structural trends and bonding of the 5ƒ-elements (U-Am) with the oxoligand I03-., article, January 1, 2003; United States. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc927197/: accessed April 26, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.