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Equilibria and Reaction Rates in the Disproportionation of Pu(IV)

Description: Abstract: "The equilibrium quotients and the specific rate constants for the disproportionation of Pu(IV) have been measured as a function of hydrogen and plutonium ion concentrations in perchloric acid solutions of unit ionic strength at 25.00 +/- 0.02. Instead of obtaining the plutonium ion concentrations spectrophotometrically as has been done by previous workers, measurements of the mean oxidation number of the solutions were combined with electromotive force measurements of the Pu(III)-Pu(IV) 'couple and the total plutonium ion concentrations. From these data it is possible to calculate the concentrations of Pu(III), Pu(IV) and Pu(VI) present in the solutions at any time. The equilibrium quotient for the disproportionation reaction has been found to be directly dependent upon the fourth power of the hydrogen ion concentration, thus supporting the existence of the plutonyl ion, PuO2++, in these solutions. A weighted mean value of 0.0089 was found for the Pu(IV) disproportionation equilibrium quotient in perchloric acid solutions of unit ionic strength at 25. The rate of the forward (disproportionation) reaction has been found to exhibit an inverse third power hydrogen ion concentration dependence and the most probable rate determining step of this reaction is PuOH++++ + Pu(OH)2++ --> Pu+++ + PuO2+ + H2O + H+."
Date: 1952
Creator: Rabideau, Sherman W.
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Recovery of Plutonium From Slag and Crucible

Description: Report evaluating different methods of preparing nitric acid solution and different methods of separating plutonium from this nitric acid solution of slag and crucible. Methods are explained and experimental data is given.
Date: June 15, 1951
Creator: Groot, C.; Hopkins, H. H. & Schulz, W. W.
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The Development of Plutonium Electrodeposition Methods : Interim Report

Description: From introduction: "The following report presents a body of information obtained in the Health Instrument Development Laboratory from September, 1948, to the present, and is intended to be a preliminary review of [the study of electrodeposition of plutonium]. Many improvements in technique and methods and investigations along lines not explored are suggested by the present work. These will be undertaken as time permits, and reported at a later time."
Date: March 1, 1950
Creator: Schwendiman, L. C.
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Analytical procedures for the plutonium Metal Fabrication Process

Description: A report describing a the results of a fluorimetric and volumetric method for the determination of fluoride. This method was developed for the determination of ionizable fluorine in gases in the range of 1-500ppm. This method was chosen because the determination depends on the generation of a color rather than the bleaching effect or on a change of color.
Date: January 15, 1951
Creator: Kendall, L. F.
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The Potential of the Pu(III)-Pu(IV) Couple: The Hydrolysis Constant of Pu(IV)

Description: Report discussing an experiment in which the formal potentials of the Pu(III)-Pu(IV) couple in 1M perchloric acid and in 1M hydrochloric acid are determined. The potentials were measured through potentiometric titrations of Pu(III).
Date: July 18, 1950
Creator: Rabideau, Sherman W.; Lemons, Joe F. & Rollefson, G. K.
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PRTR second generation shim assembly

Description: From introduction: "This document discusses the design, fabrication, assembly, and testing of a second generation shim rod assembly, and testing of a second generation shim rod assembly prototype for use in the Plutonium Recycle Test Reactor."
Date: November 1964
Creator: Rasmussen, D. E.
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Biology Seminar : methods of assaying for plutonium in biological materials

Description: From introduction: "Since plutonium is manufactured at the Hanford Works, a study of its effect on biological materials is important. To determine the amount of plutonium deposited in a biological sample, it is necessary to have an accurate method for extracting plutonium from these samples. Some of the different methods for plutonium assay are reviewed and given in this paper."
Date: November 1948
Creator: Case, A. C.
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Strontium Program: Quarterly Summary Report, January 1, 1960

Description: From Abstract: "This report is one of the a sequence of quarterly reports, each designed to up-date its predecessor beginning with HASL-42, "Environmental Contamination from Weapon Tests." Herein are presented data accrued since HASL-69. Plutonium-239 and cesium-137 levels in human tissue and other biological materials are also presented."
Date: January 1, 1960
Creator: Hardy, Edward P., Jr. & Klein, Stanley
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The Solubility of Plutonium (IV) Monobutyl Phosphate

Description: Report discussing a study regarding the identification and property analysis of plutonium (IV) monobutyl phosphate, which formed as a white precipitate in another study of the effects of monobutyl phosphate on plutonium(IV) in tributyl phosphate extractions.
Date: June 28, 1950
Creator: Moore, Robert Lee
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The Furnace Spectrum of Plutonium

Description: Abstract: "The spectrum of plutonium has been observed over the temperature range of 2000 to 2600 C and a wavelength coverage of 3476 to 6888 A. The spectrum was excited in a modified King furnace."
Date: May 12, 1953
Creator: Conway, John G.
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Efficiency of a Three Inch Higgins Column

Description: The following report describes the usage of a semi-continuous ion exchange contactor--named the Higgins contactor--fit to operate the Purex process, a process that recovers plutonium and uranium from irradiated natural uranium fuel elements. It is intended to use the contactor in the final purification and concentration stage of the process plutonium streams.
Date: December 20, 1956
Creator: Vaughan, Victor C.; Jansen, George & Bagley, Raymond O.
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