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Retardation Mechanism of Uranium Migration at Koongarra, Australia

  • Toshihiko Ohnuki (a1), Takashi Murakami (a2) and Hiroshi Isobe (a1)

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The migration of radionuclides through rocks is one of the important paths to estimate the impact of radioactive waste disposal on the environment. Because some amount of the radionuclides is sorbed on the minerals of rocks during the migration, Kd model is considered to be used to estimate the radionuclide migration. However, long-term applicability of Kd model is not known.

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Retardation Mechanism of Uranium Migration at Koongarra, Australia

  • Toshihiko Ohnuki (a1), Takashi Murakami (a2) and Hiroshi Isobe (a1)

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