Silver zeolites: Iodide occlusion and conversion to sodalite - A potential 129I waste form?

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Silver zeolites : Iodide occlusion and conversion to sodalite - A potential 129I waste form? / Sheppard, Gareth P.; Hriljac, Joseph A.; Maddrell, Ewan R.; Hyatt, Neil C.

29th International Symposium on the Scientific Basis for Nuclear Waste Management XXIX. Vol. 932 2006. p. 775-782.

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Harvard

Sheppard, GP, Hriljac, JA, Maddrell, ER & Hyatt, NC 2006, Silver zeolites: Iodide occlusion and conversion to sodalite - A potential 129I waste form? in 29th International Symposium on the Scientific Basis for Nuclear Waste Management XXIX. vol. 932, pp. 775-782, 29th International Symposium on the Scientific Basis for Nuclear Waste Management XXIX, Ghent, Belgium, 12/09/05.

APA

Sheppard, G. P., Hriljac, J. A., Maddrell, E. R., & Hyatt, N. C. (2006). Silver zeolites: Iodide occlusion and conversion to sodalite - A potential 129I waste form? In 29th International Symposium on the Scientific Basis for Nuclear Waste Management XXIX (Vol. 932, pp. 775-782)

Vancouver

Sheppard GP, Hriljac JA, Maddrell ER, Hyatt NC. Silver zeolites: Iodide occlusion and conversion to sodalite - A potential 129I waste form? In 29th International Symposium on the Scientific Basis for Nuclear Waste Management XXIX. Vol. 932. 2006. p. 775-782

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Sheppard, Gareth P. ; Hriljac, Joseph A. ; Maddrell, Ewan R. ; Hyatt, Neil C. / Silver zeolites : Iodide occlusion and conversion to sodalite - A potential 129I waste form?. 29th International Symposium on the Scientific Basis for Nuclear Waste Management XXIX. Vol. 932 2006. pp. 775-782

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title = "Silver zeolites: Iodide occlusion and conversion to sodalite - A potential 129I waste form?",
abstract = "Silver exchanged zeolites A, X and Y were used to occlude silver iodide (AgI) at 400°C. Heating to 900°C in a hot isostatic press caused decomposition of the zeolite materials and the formation of more dense phases. Silver zeolites A and X both formed sodalite, seen as a potential 129I waste form, while silver zeolite Y formed an x-ray amorphous phase containing Agi. Silver zeolite A produced the best potential waste form, a monolithic sodalite with negligible porosity.",
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