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Title: Heavy water reactor chemistry studies. Part 3 - role of carbon dioxide
Authors: Ryan, HF
Smythe, LE
Keywords: HWRR reactor
Carbon dioxide
Acid carbonates
Organic ion exchangers
HIFAR Reactor
Issue Date: Oct-1967
Publisher: Australian Atomic Energy Commission
Citation: Ryan, H. F. & Smythe, L. E. (1967), Heavy water reactor chemistry studies. Part 3 - role of carbon dioxide (AAEC/TM411). Lucas Heights, NSW: Australian Atomic Energy Commission.
Abstract: The mechanism of the absorption of bicarbonate ions onto both unirradiated and irradiated Amberlite XE-78 resin in the OH form was studied using a C14-tracer techniques. The data obtained from these laboratory experiments have been related to reactor conditions in HIFAR. The mechanism of absorption of dissolved carbon dioxide and other anionic impurities from the HIFAR moderator onto the anion exchange resin is now understood.
Gov't Doc #: 364
URI: http://apo.ansto.gov.au/dspace/handle/10238/244
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