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Proceedings of technical session international workshop on research & development of geological disposal

Yamato, Aiji; Sasaki, Noriaki; not registered; Miyahara, Kaname  ; not registered

Radioactive waste management research programs inevitably include laboratory solubili and sorption studies to provide data for radionuclide transport model. Estimation of lubility strongly depends on the reliability of thermodynamic data (e.g., carbonato-colexes) and may also depend on kinetic data on alteration of solubility limiting solid ases. Existing sorption data may include some kind of retardation mechanisms to be excded (e.g., precipitation). To develop these fundamental data, we must also consider a rge number of radioactive elements, a large number of factors (e.g., pH, Eh, complexinligands) in the repository environmentg, and numerous solid and aqueous species of radnuclides along with the many absorbents. Therefore, a systematic approach and researchlan are needed for obtaining and evaluation thermodynamic and sorption constants. The cus of this session was on thermodynamic data for aqueous species and solid phases imptant to the geological disposal system, on kinetic data



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