Sorption and diffusion of Zn onto Na-illite under a wide variety of conditions

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Sorption and diffusion of Zn onto Na-illite under a wide variety of conditions. / Van Laer, Liesbeth; Kupcik, T.; Bruggeman, Christophe; Maes, Norbert; Schäfer, T.

Conference Proceedings EURADWASTE ’13. Spain, 2014. p. 527-531.

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Van Laer, L, Kupcik, T, Bruggeman, C, Maes, N & Schäfer, T 2014, Sorption and diffusion of Zn onto Na-illite under a wide variety of conditions. in Conference Proceedings EURADWASTE ’13. Spain, pp. 527-531, 8th EC Conference on the Management of Radioactive Waste, Euradwaste'13, Vilnius, Lithuania, 2013-10-14.

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Van Laer, L., Kupcik, T., Bruggeman, C., Maes, N., & Schäfer, T. (2014). Sorption and diffusion of Zn onto Na-illite under a wide variety of conditions. In Conference Proceedings EURADWASTE ’13 (pp. 527-531).

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Van Laer L, Kupcik T, Bruggeman C, Maes N, Schäfer T. Sorption and diffusion of Zn onto Na-illite under a wide variety of conditions. In Conference Proceedings EURADWASTE ’13. Spain. 2014. p. 527-531

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Van Laer, Liesbeth ; Kupcik, T. ; Bruggeman, Christophe ; Maes, Norbert ; Schäfer, T. / Sorption and diffusion of Zn onto Na-illite under a wide variety of conditions. Conference Proceedings EURADWASTE ’13. Spain, 2014. pp. 527-531

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abstract = "In the framework of the FP7 EC-project CATCLAY and the Belgian research program on geological disposal coordinated by ONDRAF/NIRAS, the sorption of Zn onto illite, a main constituent of argillaceous host rocks, is investigated by batch type experiments under a wide variety of conditions (pH, ionic strength, CO2 pressure, presence of organic matter). In addition, diffusion of Zn in compacted Na-illite is investigated.",
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