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Physical and chemical characterization of the Nevada Test Site soil and possible applicationof magnetic separation for radionuclide removal
AuthorKremer, David R.
AdvisorCarr, James R.
Geological Sciences and Engineering
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This research examined separation techniques specifically targeted at removing extremely low concentrations of plutonium from soil without utilizing toxic chemical reagents. Several processes have been tested to separate plutonium feasibly and effectively from contaminated soils.
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