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Laboratory experiments alone cannot be used to verify models for the long-term release of radionuclides from nuclear waste glasses. Basalt glasses have been proposed as an appropriate natural analogue for the long-term validation of release models . Their analogous behavior has been demonstrated in laboratory experiments in which both types of glasses display similar reaction rates, alteration products and surface layer morphologies [2,3]. This paper illustrates how empirical data from natural occurrences of basalt glass can be interpreted by a model which is developed to describe the reaction progress of the corrosion of nuclear waste form borosilicate glass [4,5].
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