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Composition of vapors from boiling nitric acid solutions

Description: From abstract: "The composition of vapors from aqueous nitric acid solutions boiling at 200 mm mercury total pressure is established for solutions containing between - and 67.5 w/o nitric acid. The volatility characteristics of low concentrations of chloride in the same concentration range of nitric acid have been measured in solutions boiling at 200 mm mercury. The effects of chloride concentration and pressure of boiling are evaluated. A spectrophotometric method of the determination of chloride in nitric acid solutions is described."
Date: February 9, 1955
Creator: Crooks, R. C.; Wilson, R. Q.; Bearse, A. E. & Filbert, Robert B.
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The Effect of Temperature on the Distribution of Nitric Acid Between Dibutyl Carbitol and Aqueous Solutions of Copper Nitrate

Description: This report follows a test made to determine the effect of temperature on the distribution of nitric acid between "carbitol" and gunk, extracting a number of samples of aqueous copper nitrate with samples of "carbitol" of various acidities. The data obtained is covered in Table 1.
Date: January 17, 1946
Creator: Shacklett, C. D. & Wilcox, W. J.
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Distribution Coefficients of HNO₃ in the System Dibutyl Carbitol-Nitric Acid

Description: This report is part of a series of reports made during a series of investigations to determine the characteristics of nitric acid-dibutyl carbitol mixtures in the plant. In this report, distribution coefficients are given for various combinations of nitric acid-dibutyl carbitol.
Date: 1945
Creator: Warren, Buddy & Susano, C. D.
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Chemical igniters for starting jet fuel - nitric acid rockets

Description: Report presenting experiments in a 200-pound-thrust jet fuel-nitric acid rocket with an axial-flow igniter employing the hypergolic alkyl thiosphosphite-nitric acid system. No combustion instability was observed in the igniter, but many of the main-stage runs exhibited low-frequency oscillations.
Date: October 8, 1957
Creator: Morrell, Gerald & Ladanyi, Dezso J.
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Corrosion in a nitric acid concentrator

Description: From introduction: "The study's objectives were to determine the approximate rate of general corrosion so as to reveal; any abnormal corrosion occurring during processing operations; to determine the suitability of a large variety of alloys and plastics as materials of construction; and to ascertain process conditions which would minimize corrosion."
Date: January 9, 1956
Creator: Meyer, Fred H.
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Distribution of Uranium at Low Acid : Low Uranium Concentrations into 4-1/2 Percent TBP-AMSCO

Description: Report wherein acid free uranyl nitrate hexahydrate was distributed into 4-1/2 percent TBP-Amsco 125-90W and combined with various concentrations of acid in order to study the distribution of uranium and hydrolysis effects.
Date: August 23, 1956
Creator: Andelin, Robert L.; Anderson, Edward L. & McVey, W. H.
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Neutralization of HNO₃ in Redox ICU an IAW Streams

Description: The following memorandum outlines the procedures used on the neutralization of HNO3 in redox ICU and IAW streams, and the factors influencing their choice. The procedures involve a) hexone removal by evaporation in the presence of a retardant, b) destruction of the retardant, c) nitric acid elimination by boiling with aluminum and d) concentration of the remaining solution by evaporation.
Date: December 10, 1948
Creator: Curtis, M. H.
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Mineralogical Examination of Pitchblende Concentrates and Nitric Acid Digest Residues

Description: This report has two parts to it discussing mineralogical examination of pitchblende concentrates and nitric acid digest residues. Part I gives the results of a cursory examination with the petrographic microscope of samples of pitchblende concentrates and residues to see if there is a relationship between the mineral composition of the samples and the filterability of the residue. Part II gives a revaluation of the data in Report BMI-241 on the mineral composition of two residues from the nitric acid digestion of pitchblende concentrates at the Rallinckrodt Chemical Works.
Date: February 9, 1951
Creator: Scott, D. W.; Tangel, O. F. & Richardson, A. C.
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Physical Properties of Concentrated Nitric Acid

Description: Note presenting a review of the data existing in the literature and experimental measurements made in order to obtain the physical properties of white fuming nitric acid. The main object of the investigation was to obtain reliable values of the thermal properties of concentrated nitric acid for use in correlating the data obtained in heat-transfer research and in fluid-friction-characteristics investigations.
Date: June 1953
Creator: Sibbit, W. L.; St. Clair, C. R.; Bump, T. R.; Pagerey, P. F.; Kern, J. P. & Fyfe, D. W.
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Recovery of Nitric Acid in the Tributyl Phosphate Process for Uranium Recovery. Part 2.

Description: Report discussing study on recovery of nitric acid in the uranium recovery process. The behavior of chloride ions and tributyl phophate is noted, and the quality of recycled nitric acid was tested. Stainless steel in the nitric acid recovery system was evaluated for corrosion.
Date: May 29, 1950
Creator: Wagner, R. M. & Groot, C.
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Studies on the Electrolytic Reduction of Nitric Acid

Description: Report discussing the reduction of nitric acid that results from its use at the cathode for the electrolysis of uranyl nitrate. From introduction: "It is the purpose of this report to give the results of studies on the reduction of nitric acid of different concentrations, at different types of electrodes, and for various current densities in order to ascertain the effects of such changes."
Date: unknown
Creator: Hamer, Walter J.
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Ferrous Sulfamate Stability in the RA System

Description: Objective: "The observations summarized in the present report were made to determine the stability of ferrous and sulfamate ions and sulfamic acid in RA Column scrub solution (RAS) and in aqueous solution comparable to the RA Column feed tee composition (RAFS). Knowledge of the stability of the reducing agent (ferrous iron) is necessary to properly plan the method of preparation and introduction of this component into the RA system and to assure dependable and reproducible performance."
Date: April 20, 1950
Creator: Clagett, Fred
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Design of apparatus for determining heat transfer and frictional pressure drop of nitric acid flowing through a heated tube

Description: "The object of the research project described herein is to present the design basis for test apparatus to determine the heat-transfer and pressure-drop characteristics of white fuming nitric acid flowing in a heated tube section. The heat flux to the tube will be of the order of magnitude occurring in a regeneratively cooled rocket engine" (p. 1).
Date: June 16, 1952
Creator: Reese, Bruce A. & Graham, Robert W.
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Topical report on examination of residues from the nitric acid digestion of pitchblende

Description: A report about an investigation started to determine the compounds and/or minerals present in the residue resulting from nitric acid digestion of ore. Emphasis was placed on determining the compounds and/or minerals containing boron.
Date: 1950
Creator: Langston, B.; Tangel, O. F. & Richardson, A. C.
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Determination of Organic Acids in Process Solutions

Description: Abstract: "A method has been established for the estimation of volatile organic acids in aqueous process solutions containing UNH, nitric acid, ANN, sodium dichromate and small amounts of hexone. The practice is to distill a 400 ul or 500 ul sample in the presence of an excess of phosphoric acid and ferrous sulfate under a high vacuum; a special apparatus utilizing a receiver cooled with a dry ice-isopropanol mixture is employed. The distillate is taken up in isopropanol and then titrated potentiometrically with standard potassium hydroxide solution. Since nitric acid and organic acids are present, two end points are observed. The potassium hydroxide added between these end points is equivalent to the organic acids. In the titration, CO2 from the atmosphere or in the potassium hydroxide is a source of error. The former was avoided and correction was made for the latter."
Date: June 29, 1949
Creator: Brouns, R. J. & Pollock, C. W.
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The Densities of Tributyl Phosphate - Carbon Tetrachloride Solutions Containing Uranium and Nitric Acid

Description: The following report provides the analysis of a large number of unreported data--taken during a study described in report HW-15230--containing density values obtained for solutions of uranium and nitric acid in tributyl phosphate-carbon tetrachloride solutions.
Date: December 20, 1949
Creator: Moore, Robert Lee
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Description: The microgram scale isolation and preparation of pure compounds of americium is described. Data are presented to show that the alpha-half-life of the isotope Am{sup 241} is 490 {+-} 14 years. The absorption spectrum of Am(III) in 1M nitric acid in the range 3500-8000 mu is given. The wave lengths of 10 of the most prominent lines in the copper spark emission spectrum of americium are given to the nearest 0.01 {angstrom}. Evidence is presented to show that the potential for the Am(III)-Am(IV) couple in acid solution is more negative than -2v and that the potential for the Am(II)-Am(III) couple is more positive than +0.9v.
Date: July 20, 1950
Creator: Cunningham, B.B. & Asprey, L.B.
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