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Geochemical retention in surface systems

Evaluation of batch sorption data on radionuclide sorption to soil samples

Published Jan 17, 2011

Radionuclide sorption onto soil provides for the final geochemical retention of radionuclides in the event of their emission from a deep nuclear waste deposit. A set of batch experiments of under well controlled laboratory conditions have been performed using selected radionuclides and a variety of well characterised soil samples. This project aims at evaluating and interpreting the sorption data.

Project leader:
Maria Malmström KTH

Project participants:
Industrial Ecology KTH

Funding:
SKB

Contact:
Ass. Professor Maria Malmström

Page responsible:infomaster@abe.kth.se
Belongs to: Division of Industrial Ecology
Last changed: Jan 17, 2011
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