Nanotechnology Takes Roots
Nanoscale particles of zero-valent iron with a trace of noble metal catalyst are punching well above their weight in the area of environmental remediation. Their ability to destroy a wide...

Wetlands Treat Mine Runoff
Engineers were asked to design a treatment system for the severely acidic drainage from the Mike Horse and Anaconda metals mines in Montana. Challenges included the mountainous terrain,...

Treatment of Herbicide Contaminated Groundwater to Non-Detectable Concentrations Applying Ultraviolet (UV) Oxidation

Taste and Odor Control in Drinking Water with Potassium Permanganate

Performance of In Situ Chemical Oxidation Field Demonstrations at DOE Sites

Fuel and Cladding Oxidation under Expected Repository Conditions

Advanced Oxidation Processes for Removal of Natural Organics and Pesticides from Drinking Water
Among the technologies available to deal with the problem of pesticides in drinking water, advanced oxidation processes (AOPs) represent a treatment that has the potential of completely...

Greening of Ground Water
As many as 69 different organic compounds and 24 metal species can be found in ground water underlying the 85 acre Bofors-Nobel Superfund site in Muskegon County, Mich., a testimony to...

How to Evaluate and Cost UV/Oxidation Systems

Formation of Natural Analogues in Nuclear Waste Forms: A Geochemical Approach

Aqueous Dissolution Rates of Uranium Oxides

Characterization of Advanced Oxidation Regenerated GACs

Chemical Oxidation of Contaminants in Clay or Sandy Soil

Precipitation Kinetics of Radioactive Elements and Their Effect Upon Redox Conditions of the Nearfield

Preliminary Spent LWR Fuel Oxidation Source Term Model

Automated ORP Control for Aerobic/Anoxic Cycling in Oxidation Ditch Treatment
The 1140 m3/d (0.3 mgd) Grand Coulee, WA. oxidation ditch was modified to incorporate a computer-control anoxic/aerobic cycle operation to investigate...

Behaviour of Used CANDU Fuel Stored in 150°C Moisture-Saturated Air

The Influence of Moisture on Air Oxidation of UO2: Calculations and Observations

Oxidation of Spent Fuel in Air at 175° to 195°C

Dissolution Rates of As-Received and Partially Oxidized Spent Fuel





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