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Uranium recovery from low-level aqueous sources

A. D. Kelmers

Uranium recovery from low-level aqueous sources

by A. D. Kelmers

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Published by Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Oak Ridge, Tennessee .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statement(by) A. D. Kelmers, H. E. Goeller.
SeriesReports / Oak Ridge National Laboratory -- ORNL/TM-7652
ContributionsGoeller, H. E., Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
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Open LibraryOL13840844M

  Uranium extraction is important for both uranium recovery and nuclear waste management. the extraction of uranium from the aqueous solutions. 2-AO to extract this extremely low Cited by: REMOVAL OF URANIUM FROM DRINKING WATER BY ION EXCHANGE AND CHEMICAL CLARIFICATION by Steven W. Hanson Donald B. Wilson Naren N. Gunaji New Mexico State University Las Cruces, New Mexico Cooperative Agreement CR Project Officer Steven W. Hathaway/Richard P. Lauch Drinking Water Research Division Water Engineering Research .

No relevant papers were found, but approximately publications were identified in a less specific search for methods of removing uranium from water. Most of the latter publications dealt with the recovery of uranium from ores, industrial and analytical chemistry solutions, or sea- water.   The recovery of uranium (U) from seawater has been investigated for over six decades in efforts to secure uranium sources for future energy production. The majority of the research activities have focused on inorganic materials, chelating polymers, and by:

Development of Methodology for Separation and Recovery of Uranium from Nuclear Wastewater S.K. Satpati and S.B. Roy Uranium Extraction Division and Sangita Pal and P.K. Tewari Desalination Division Abstract: Uranium plays a key role in nuclear power supply, demand of which is growing up with time because of its prospective by: 1.   Guidelines for Preparing and Reviewing Applications for the Licensing of Non-Power Reactors: Format and Content (NUREG , Part 1) On this page: Publication Information; Abstract; Download complete document. NUREG, Part 1 (PDF - MB) Publication Information. Manuscript Completed: February Date Published: February


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Uranium recovery from low-level aqueous sources by A. D. Kelmers Download PDF EPUB FB2

Original author and source are credited. Abstract. Adsorption process is an important technique in separation processes, which is used in heavy metals removal. from aqueous solution. Orange peel has been investigated for the adsorption of uranium ions from aqueous by: Advances in Uranium Ore Processing and Recovery from Non-Conventional Resources book.

Read reviews from world’s largest community for s: 0. Resources and the environment are two eternal themes of social development. Nuclear energy, a green source with high energy density, can greatly alleviate the pressure of the energy crisis in today's society.

To guarantee the long-term sufficient supply of nuclear fuel, mining seawater uranium is imperative. Journal of Materials Chemistry A Recent Review Articles.

Recovery of uranium(vi) from aqueous solutions using a modified honeycomb-like porous carbon material† Jiahui Zhu, a Qi Liu,* a Zhanshuang Li, a Jingyuan Liu, a Hongsen Zhang, a Rumin Li, a Jun Wang * ab and G.

Emelchenko cCited by: This book is the collection of papers from the latest International Uranium Mining and Hydrogeology Conference (UMH VII) held in Septemberin Freiberg, Germany. It is divided to five sessions: Uranium Mining, Uranium and Phosphates, Clean-up technologies for water and soil.

Uranium and daughter nuclides and basic research and modeling. operation and Development (OECD/NEA) and the IAEA jointly published a book on Uranium Extraction Technology. A primary objective of this report was Uranium recovery from low-level aqueous sources book docu­ ment the significant technological developments that took place during the s.

The purpose of this present publication is to update and expand the original book. After accumulating uranium at low level in the wastewater, the flocs were eluted. The eluate was then digested in acid and followed by alkaline precipitation to obtain the uranium-containing product.

The mol/L HNO 3 solution (volume ratio of acid:eluate = ) decomposed the organic ALR to CO 2 and H 2 O in a continuously boiling aqueous solution.

Uranium Ore Processing Addison-Wesley books in nuclear science and metallurgy Atoms for Peace, Geneva, United States of America presentation volumes Atoms for peace: Editors: John W. Clegg, Dennis D. Foley: Contributor: U.S. Atomic Energy Commission: Edition: illustrated: Publisher: Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, Original from.

have jointly prepared periodic updates (currently every two years) on world uranium resources, production and demand. Such updates have been published in what are commonly known as the “Red Books”. The 26th edition of the Red Book reflects information current as of 1 January File Size: 8MB.

There, the yellowcake is transformed into fuel for nuclear power reactors. In addition to yellowcake, uranium recovery operations generate waste products, called byproduct materials, that contain low levels of radioactivity.

For mining activities, the regulatory responsibility depends on the extraction method that the given facility uses. Specifically, conventional mining (where uranium ore is removed.

As mentioned above, after shortly reaching a peak in the 13th days of the field trial, the uranium concentration kept at a low level until the ferric solution was injected.

It indicates that oxidation is necessary for uranium dissolution after adsorbed uranium becomes depleted. Relationship between uranium mobilization and Fe(III) - EhAuthor: Yipeng Zhou, Guangrong Li, Lingling Xu, Jinhui Liu, Zhanxue Sun, Weijun Shi.

The Red Book tabulates abouttU in Sweden and menti tU in Finland at the Sotkamo mine of Terrafame Oy, for which the government granted a permit in for uranium recovery by heap leaching.

Thorium as a nuclear fuel. Today uranium is the only fuel supplied for nuclear reactors. the uranium concentration in acid leach solution is high, for example, > mg/L U, SX is more preferable than IX in term of costs (Tonder and KotzeIvanova et al.

Additionally, solvent extraction is also widely used and investigated for uranium recovery as a by-product from processes for. The book presents the results from the Uranium Mining and Hydrogeology Conference (UMH VI) held in Septemberin Freiberg, Germany. The following subjects are emphasised: Uranium Mining, Phosphate Mining and Uranium recovery.

Cleaning up technologies for water and soil. Analysis and sensor for Uranium and Radon and Modelling. The World Distribution of Uranium Deposits database tabulates 14 million tonnes, though the Red Book tabulates only about 8 million tonnes.

With uranium as a minor by-product of phosphates, the potential supply is tied to the economics of phosphate production, as well as uranium price, coupled with the environmental benefits of removing uranium from the waste stream and/or product. Given the vast quantity of uranium naturally found in the ocean, adsorbent materials have been investigated to recover this vital fuel source.

Amidoxime (AO) has been found to be the state-of-the-art functional group for this purpose, however, improvements must still be made to overcome the issues with selectively capturing uranium at such a low concentration found in the by: 6.

Cloth filter for recovery of uranium from radioactive waste Article in Radiation Physics and Chemistry 73(2) June with 81 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Finding solutions is of interest not only for nuclear waste management for power plants, hospitals, research facilities, and in case of a nuclear disaster, but also for capturing unconventional sources of uranium.

Seawater, with an average of ppb, is the largest source of uranium. Its total uranium reserve is estimated at billion tons. Critical Analysis of World Uranium Resources. By Susan Hall and Margaret Coleman Prepared in cooperation with the U.S.

Energy Information Administration. Scientific Investigations Report – U.S. Department of the Interior. U.S. Geological SurveyCited by: 7. Uranium for Nuclear Power: Resources, Mining and Transformation to Fuel discusses the nuclear industry and its dependence on a steady supply of competitively priced uranium as a key factor in its long-term sustainability.

A better understanding of uranium ore geology and advances in exploration and mining methods will facilitate the discovery and exploitation of new uranium deposits.

in uranium resources, production, demand and the environment.” Accordingly, the papers presented at this meeting are about evenly divided between discussions of known and potential uranium resources and uranium production technology and the environmental impact of uranium mining and processing, its related remediation technology and its costs.The aqueous sources of soluble uranium were surveyed and evaluated in terms of the uranium geochemical cycle in an effort to identify potential unexploited resources.

Freshwater sources appeared to be too low in uranium content to merit consideration, while seawater, although very dilute (approx. ppB), contains approx. 4 x 10/sup 9/ metric tons of uranium in all the world's oceans.We developed a simple, safe method to remove uranium from contaminated metallic surfaces so that the materials can be recycled or disposed of as low-level radioactive or nonradioactive waste.

Surface analysis of rusted uranium-contaminated plain carbon-steel coupons by X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy and Rutherford backscattering spectroscopy showed that uranium was predominantly Cited by: