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A metalorganic precursor containing Ti and Pt was synthesized using Ti alkoxide derivative, amino acid, and platinum salt. The decomposition behavior of the precursor and thin-film formation were examined in terms of microstructure evolution and crystallization. The precursor yielded anatase at 400 °C. Grain growth of platinum particles and TiO2 grains was suppressed even at 800 °C in the films. Suppression of grain growth was attributed to an effect of film thickness.
We have found that lanthanum zirconate (La2Zr2O7) with a pyrochlore structure can be used as a superior host phase for actinide and lantanide elements contained in high-level nuclear waste. The solubility of Ce, Nd and Sr in La2Zr2O7 is determined because Ce and Nd may simulate the segregation of actinide and lanthanide elements at the grain boundaries of polycrystalline La2Zr2O7. The results show that La2Zr2O7 is a promising material for confining actinide and lanthanide elements in its crystal structure.
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