uranium immobilization Articles

  • Polyphosphates for in situ uranium immobilization - Case Study

    INFORMATION Carus Corporation has a long history of developing and providing a variety of permanganate products for chemical oxidation applications. Carus is also a leading provider of phosphate products for sequestration and corrosion control. Phosphates are widely used as water treatment chemicals (dry or liquid solutions) to correct problems resulting from inorganic groundwater ...


    By Carus Corporation

  • Donor-dependent extent of uranium reduction for bioremediation of contaminated sediment microcosms

    Bioremediation of uranium was investigated in microcosm experiments containing contaminated sediments from Oak Ridge, Tennessee to explore the importance of electron donor selection for uranium reduction rate and extent. In these experiments, all of the electron donors, including ethanol, glucose, methanol, and methanol with added humic acids, stimulated the reduction and immobilization of ...

  • Arsenic geochemistry in a biostimulated aquifer: An aqueous speciation study

    Stimulating microbial growth through the use of acetate injection wells at the former uranium mill site in Rifle, Colorado, USA, has been shown to decrease dissolved uranium (VI) concentrations through bacterial reduction to immobile uranium (IV). Bioreduction also changed the redox chemistry of site groundwater, altering the mobility of several other redox‐sensitive elements present in the ...


    By John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

  • ARCADIS Technology Applications in the Mining Industry

    ARCADIS is a leading global, knowledge-driven service provider, active in the fields of infrastructure, buildings, environment and communications. Known for our innovative and full services capabilities, we develop and implement solutions based on personal service, open communication, and a commitment to quality. We are committed to developing and utilizing leading-edge technologies, continually ...


    By Arcadis

  • Properties and Behavior of Radionuclides

    For the purposes of this document, radionuclides should be considered to have properties similar to those of other heavy metals.This does not imply that all radionuclides are heavy metals, but that the majority of sites requiring remediation of radioactively contaminated materials are contaminated with radionuclides that have similar properties. Like metals, the contaminants of concern are ...

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