Publication Type:

Journal Article

Source:

Journal of radioanalytical and nuclear chemistry, Springer, Volume 165, Number 4, p.219–227 (1992)

Abstract:

The tail-end purification of Am from Pu loading effluents in 7.5M HNO3 containing ∼160 mg l−1 Am and ∼1.2 mg l−1 Pu has been carried out. With 0.2M CMPO+1.2M TBP in dodecane as the extractant and stripping by 0.04M HNO3+0.05M NaNO2, the Pu level is brought down to ∼31.2 μg l−1. When the acidity was reduced to 4.2M HNO3, one contact with 20% TLA/dodecane and subsequent extraction by a mixture of CMPO and TBP and stripping with 0.04M HNO3+0.05M NaNO2 gave Am samples without any detectable amounts of Pu. The recovery of Am was ∼90% by the first procedure and ∼98% by the second one.

Cite this Research Publication

J. N. Mathur, Murali, M. S., Natarajan, P. R., Badheka, L. P., Banerji, A., Michael, K. M., Kapoor, S. C., and Dhumwad, R. K., “Tail-end purification of americium from plutonium loading effluents using a mixture of octyl (phenyl)-N, N-diisobutylcarbamoylmethylphosphine oxide and tri-N-butyl phosphate”, Journal of radioanalytical and nuclear chemistry, vol. 165, pp. 219–227, 1992.

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