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Sorption of cesium and strontium by arid region desert soil
AdvisorCase, Clinton M.
Geological Sciences and Engineering
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The sorption and ion exchange properties of nonradioactive cesium and strontium were studied in this investigation. Ion exchange studies have shown that the studied soil sorbs cesium preferentially relative to strontium, and that charge for charge, the exchange-phase cations released from exchange sites exceed the cesium and strontium sorbed by the soil.
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