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Plotnikov, V. I.; Bannykh, V. I.
German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)
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Sorption of U(VI) on montmorillonite with aluminum and iron hydroxides deposited on its surface, studied in the presence of citric and oxalic acids
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Solubility of uranium, neptunium, and plutonium dioxides in simulated groundwater under various conditions
Malikov, D.; Trofimov, T.; Myasoedov, B.
Semipermeable dynamic membranes for ultrafiltration treatment of ground waters to remove radionuclides
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Retention of uranium(VI) by laumontite, a fracture-filling material of granite
Baik, M.; Shon, W.; Lee, S.
Genesis of secondary uranium minerals associated with jasperoid veins, El Erediya area, Eastern Desert, Egypt
Abd El-Naby, Hamdy
Desorption of U(VI) from montmorillonite with aluminum and iron hydroxides deposited on its surface
Pshinko, G.; Kobets, S.; Bogolepov, A.
Behavior of uranium under conditions of interaction of rocks and ores with subsurface water
Poluektov, V.; Petrov, V.; Omel’yanenko, B.
Arsenic fixation on iron-hydroxide-rich and plant litter-containing sediments in natural environments
Dienemann, Holger; Fritzsche, Andreas; Dudel, Ernst
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