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Title: Interface phenomena in synroc, a titanate-based nuclear waste ceramic
Authors: Vance, ER
Ball, CJ
Blackford, MG
Day, RA
Lumpkin, GR
Smith, KL
Hart, KP
McGlinn, PJ
Thorogood, GJ
Keywords: Interfaces
Synthetic rocks
Waste forms
Radioactive wastes
Titanium compounds
Issue Date: 1995
Publisher: Elsevier
Citation: Vance, E. R., Ball, C. J., Blackford, M. G., Day, R. A., Lumpkin, G. R., Smith, K. L., Hart, K. P., McGlirm, P., & Thorogood, G. J. (1995). Interface phenomena in synroc, a titanate-based nuclear waste ceramic. In Nowotny, J. (ed) Materials Science Monographs: Science of Ceramic Interfaces II (Vol. 81, pp. 431-439). doi:10.1016/S0166-6010(06)80016-0
Abstract: Several aspects of Synroc which fall into the broad class of interface phenomena are discussed. These are radiation damage processes which give rise to interfaces between damage tracks and neighbouring unirradiated material, intergranular films which have deleterious effects on chemical durability, and aqueous leaching of Synroc which takes place primarily at the interface between the solid and groundwater. © 1995 Elsevier B.V.
Description: There is a mis-spelling of Peter J. McGlinn's name as McGlirm in this article and therefore the citation is sic.
ISBN: 9780080544946
ISSN: 0166-6010
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