They outline the important thermophysical properties of neptunium dioxide, the vapor pressure, and heat capacity; the results of a study on the vaporization behavior and phase relations in the plutonium oxide system; the vapor pressure of pure americium oxide samples; the variation of the total pressure of plutonium and americium bearing species over the solid solutions; and mass spectrometric investigations of candidate fuels and targets for transmutation of minor actinides.
What does NP stand for?
NP stands for Neptunium
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- Negative Polarity
- Negative Pressure
- Negro Please
- Neighborhood Processor
- Neighbourhood Park
- NeoPets, Neopia
- Neopoints (Neopets)
- Neper (unit used to express ratios, such as gain, loss, and relative values)
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MST exhibits excellent performance to remove dissolved strontium, plutonium, neptunium and uranium from highly alkaline salt solutions such as the high-level nuclear waste solutions stored at the Savannah River Site from fuel reprocessing operations.
Christiansen's team conducted experiments demonstrating green rust's ability to immobilize neptunium at the Swedish Nuclear Fuel and Waste Management's pilot research facility at Okskarshamn on Sweden's east coast and at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology in Germany.
West Lake's thorium-230 and actinium-227 have been ranked along with plutonium, americium and neptunium as among the most radioactively dangerous materials known.
Topics include the mechanisms of long-term uranium transport under oxidizing conditions, the structural chemistry of thorium iodates, the structural investigation of neptunium (IV) in toxicological processes, murataite ceramics doped with lanthanides and uranium, and the effects of hydrogen peroxide on the stability of becquerelite.
Another option is that of partitioning and the transmutation of the long-lived actinides, americium, curium and neptunium.
The waste also contains radioactive isotopes of the transuranic elements neptunium, americium, and curium.
In the wet reprocessing method, plutonium is mixed with neptunium and other radioactive elements that were discarded in order to make it harder for extracting pure plutonium that can be turned into nuclear weapons.