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- substances transportation, The 21st International Conference Knowledge Based Organization, Nicolae Balcescu Land Forces Academy, pp. 857-860, Sibiu, Romania, 2015. [32] ***, White Book on the Defense and Armed Forces of the Republic of Bulgaria, Sofia, pp. 15-25, 2010. [33] Ebbing D.D., Gammon S.D., General Chemistry, 11 Ed., USA, pp. 82-121, 2017. [34] ***, Safety Data Sheet, Regulation (EC) No. 1272/2008, Valeros, 2012. [35] http://www.factsonline.nl/accidents/%205405/92031_NITRIC%20ACID/chemicalaccidents- with-nitric-acid [36] Mosteanu, D., Bârsan, G., Giurgiu, L

., Cisarova, I., Fanghanel, T., Geist, A., Lindqvist-Reis, P., Panak, P., Stepnicka, P., Trumm, S., & Walther, C. (2012). Complexation of europium(III) by bis(dialkyltriazinyl)bipyridines in 1-octanol. Inorg. Chem., 51, 591-600. DOI: 10.1021/ic202119x. 33. Mezyk, S. P., Cullen, T. D., Elias, G., & Mincher, B. J. (2010). Aqueous nitric acid radiation effects on solvent extraction process chemistry. ACS Symp. Ser., 1046, 193-203. DOI: 10.1021/bk-2010-1046.ch016. 34. Mincher, B. J. (2012). Degradation issues in aqueous reprocessing systems. Compr. Nucl. Mater., 5, 367-388. DOI

Radiochim. Acta 96, 467–471 (2008) / DOI 10.1524/ract.2008.1507 © by Oldenbourg Wissenschaftsverlag, München Comparative studies on the dissolution of ceramic UO2 pellets in nitric acid by microwave and conventional heating By Yunfeng Zhao and Jing Chen∗ Institute of Nuclear and New Energy Technology, Tsinghua University, P.O. Box 1021, Beijing 102201, China (Received September 20, 2007; accepted in revised form January 4, 2008) Microwave heating / Uranium oxide / Dissolution / Nitric acid / Reprocessing Summary. The dissolution data of UO2 are important to

Radiochimica Acta 48, 193-199 (1989) © R. Oldenbourg Verlag, München 1989 - 0033-8230/89 $ 3.00+0.00 Radioiodine in Nitric Acid By Κ. Η. Lieser, P. Georgoulas, and P. Hoffmann Fachbereich Anorganische Chemie und Kernchemie der Technischen Hochschule Darmstadt, D-6100 Darmstadt, FRG Dedicated to Prof. Dr. F. Baumgärtner on occasion of his 60th birthday (Received March 3, 1989) Nuclear fuel / Radioiodine / Iodine in nitric acid / Chemical reactions of iodine / Thin layer chromatography Summary Residual non-volatile iodo compounds are found after boiling

Notizen 183 Centrifugal Distortion Effect in the Microwave Spectrum of Nitric Acid Vi jay Kumar Kaushik and Putcha Venkateswarlu Department of Physics Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, India (Z. Naturforsch. 32 a, 183-184 [1977]; received December 14, 1976) The microwave rotational spectrum of Nitric Acid has been analysed in the frequency region 8000—35000 MHz and up to 7=12. The analysis gives refined rotational con­ stants and all the quartic centrifugal distortion constants. Introduction The first microwave study of Nitric Acid was made by Millen

E. Fliege and H. Dreizler Abteilung Chemische Physik im Institut für Physikalische Chemie der Christian-Albrechts-Universität Kiel Z. Naturforsch. 39 a, 630-632 (1984); received April 15, 1984 In this paper we present the determination of the deuterium quadrupole tensor of nitric acid D15N03, performed with microwave Fourier transform spectroscopy applied to a gas sample in thermodynamic equilibrium. Hitherto molecular beam methods had to be used for similar investigations. D eu te riu m H y p erfin e S t ru c tu re o f N i t r ic A cid — 15N In the

Radiochim. Acta 91, 499–503 (2003)  by Oldenbourg Wissenschaftsverlag, München Heterogeneous catalytic oxidation of neptunium(IV) in nitric acid solutions By A. V. Ananiev1,∗, V. P. Shilov1, Ph. Moisy2 and C. Madic3 1 IPC RAS, 31, Leninsky prospect, 117951 Moscow, Russia 2 CEA, Valrho DEN/DRCP/SCPS, B.P. 17171, F-30207 Bagnols/Cèze, France 3 CEA, Saclay DEN/DIR, F-91191 Gif-sur-Yvette, France (Received February 25, 2003; accepted March 5, 2003) Summary. Neptunium(IV), being quite stable in 0.5–3 M HNO3, undergoes quick oxidation in the presence of 1% Pt/SiO2

DOI 10.1515/ract-2014-2175 | Radiochim. Acta 2014; 102(7): 619–628 K. Benadict Rakesh, A. Suresh*, and P. R. Vasudeva Rao Extraction and stripping behaviour of tri-iso-amyl phosphate and tri-n-butyl phosphate in n-dodecane with U(VI) in nitric acid media Abstract: Batch extraction of U(VI) by 1.1M solution of tri-iso-amyl phosphate (T𝑖AP) in 𝑛-dodecane (𝑛-DD) from uranyl nitrate solutions in nitric acid media has been in- vestigated as a function of metal loading and equilibrium aqueous phase acidity at 303 K. A method adopted for free acidity determination by

Pure & AppL Chem., Vol. 58, No. 8, pp. 1 147—1 1 52, 1986. Printed in Great Britain. © 1986 IUPAC Chemistry in nitric acid solutions Norman Logan Department of Chemistry, University of Nottingham, Nottingham NG7 2ND, U.K. Abstract - High field multinuclear n.m.r. spectroscopy can be applied with advantage to the study of inorganic solutes in 100% nitric acid and mixtures with dinitrogen tetraoxide or pentaoxide. The behaviour of phosphorus halo- and oxo-compounds in high density acid, HDA (44 wt. % dinitrogen tetraoxide in pure nitric acid) reveals the hydrolytic

The effect of cathode materials on the electrochemical reduction of nitric acid

Electrochemical or chemical reduction of nitric acid is a well studied area in literature due to the importance of the products formed. The present work focuses on the effect of conventional cathode materials including PbO2, amalgamated Cu, graphite, Pb, Pt and a modified electrode material Ti/TiO2 on the reduction of nitric acid. Ammonia and hydroxylamine are the main products which are estimated by conventional titration methods. Other conditions being similar, the product distribution varies quite drastically as a function of the electrode material and Ti/TiO2 is found to favor a higher ratio of hydroxylamine to ammonia formation compared to other electrodes. The conditions have also been optimized based on the maximum yield of the product.