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Iron Oxide Nano - Composite for Intermolecular Immobilization, Microencapsulating Radioactive Waste in a Structured Spin Ceramic Magnet
Poster Title: Iron Oxide Nano - Composite for Intermolecular Immobilization, Microencapsulating Radioactive Waste in a Structured Spin Ceramic Magnet
Submitted on 30 Nov 2016
Author(s): V. Khachatryan 1, H. Mezhlumyan2, H. Hovsepyan2
This poster was presented at MRS Boston, 2016, Symposium ES6.13.07
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Abstract: Disposal of radioactive wastes is carried out by immobilizing it’s by the intermolecular microencapsulation with magnetically structured nanocomposites, developed on the basis of natural iron oxide magnetite minerals. By the introduction of radionuclide’s into stable new generation of matrix materials, dipole crystalline-amorphous materials – spin ceramics. As a result of the above processing is formed structured spin ceramic having radiation-resistant and radiation-absorbing properties.
The proposed method of disposal of radioactive waste, used unique materials of natural origin based on iron oxide materials titan magnetite having specific composition and structure, to contain poly metallic impurities with high value of Z, preferably lanthanides.
Elevated protecting and neutralizing properties of the immobilizing matrix based on the spin of ceramics allow to increase the level of security of processed radioactive waste. Technology intermolecular immobilization of radio nuclides, MNR is a high-tech energy-saving innovation technologies disposal of radioactive waste.
Summary: The advantage of spin ceramics for the disposal of radioactive waste:

Increase of ecological safety;
Reliability, functionality and effectiveness of the technology;
Reduction in waste disposal costs.

References: Patent: AM20150060, 2015, G21F9/00 “Method of immobilization of radioactive wastes in the mineral matrix”. Report abuse »
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