Thermodynamic data provided through the FUNMIG project: Analyses and prospective
Journal article, 2012
In this paper some of the needs for good quality thermodynamic data in radioactive waste management are highlighted. A presentation of the thermodynamic data produced within the 6th EC framework programme integrated project FUNMIG (Fundamental processes of radionuclide migration) and how these have helped in filling relevant thermodynamic data gaps is given. The manuscript does not intend to be a complete review of thermodynamic data, but a short overview of the aqueous complexation of Am(III), lanthanides (III), U(VI), and Th(IV) by sulfates, silicates, carbonates and phosphates. The work presented is based on the latest developments published in the literature and specifically addressed within the IP FUNMIG.
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