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Thermoelectric properties of soil clay minerals treated by molten salt electrolysis

Honda, Mitsunori  ; Kaneta, Yui ; Muraguchi, Masakazu*; Hayakawa, Kosetsu*; Oda, Masato*; Iino, Chiaki*; Ishii, Hiroyuki*; Goto, Takuya*; Yaita, Tsuyoshi

Ten years have passed since the earthquake and nuclear power plant accident at 1F that occurred in 2011, and the contaminated soil generated in Fukushima Prefecture is now being managed as removed soil at intermediate storage facilities. In the course of developing technology to remove cesium from the removed soil, we have focused on the functionality of crystalline minerals after removal of cesium, and have been investigating their potential as thermoelectric materials. In this study, we report on the evaluation of thermoelectric properties (electrical conductivity, thermal diffusivity, and Seebeck coefficient) and structural analysis of crystalline minerals.



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