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Usp. Khim., 1978, Volume 47, Issue 4, Pages 577–602 (Mi rcr3045)  

The Effect of Ionising Radiation on Dissolution Processes

V. V. Gromov

Institute of Physical Chemistry, the USSR Academy of Sciences, Moscow

Abstract: The influence of various effects associated with the preliminary exposure to ionising radiation (γ-quanta, accelerated electrons, heavy particles) of a solid during its dissolution in aqueous media is analysed, particular attention being devoted to the relation between the rate of dissolution and the radiation-induced charge on irradiated and radioactive substances.
The mechanism of the intensification of the dissolution process when the entire solvent–solid system is irradiated is analysed in relation to the dissolution of uranium oxides in sulphate and carbonate solutions. Procedures involving the employment of ionising radiation for the regulation of the rate of dissolution of solids are considered.
The bibliography includes 105 references.

Full text: http://www.uspkhim.ru/.../paper_rus.phtml?journal_id=rc&paper_id=2221

English version:
Russian Chemical Reviews, 1978, 47:4, 319–333

Document Type: Article
UDC: 541.15; 541.8

Citation: V. V. Gromov, “The Effect of Ionising Radiation on Dissolution Processes”, Usp. Khim., 47:4 (1978), 577–602; Russian Chem. Reviews, 47:4 (1978), 319–333

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