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Feasibility on macroscopic separation of carbon isotopes by IR laser chemistry
|Statement||P. Mathi ... [et al.].|
|Series||BARC external -- BARC/2007/E/019|
|Contributions||Mathi, P., Bhabha Atomic Research Centre.|
|LC Classifications||Microfiche 2008/60065 (Q)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||67,  p.|
|Number of Pages||67|
|LC Control Number||2008331522|
Theoretical study for laser isotope separation of heavy-element molecules in a thermal distribution. Matsuoka, Leo; Ichihara, Akira; Hashimoto, Masashi; Yokoyama, Keiichi. We proposed a new laser isotope separation scheme that can be applied for the gas-phase diatomic molecules in a . Isotope selectivity of infrared laser-driven unimolecular dissociation of a volatile uranyl compound. Cox DM, Hall RB, Horsley JA, Kramer GM, Rabinowitz P, Kaldor A. Isotope-selective photodissociation of the volatile complex uranyl hexafluoroacetylacetonate. tetrahydrofuran [UO(2)(hfacac)(2).Cited by:
Radioactive isotopes in nuclear fuel and radioactive waste must be quantified for safety control and management of various nuclear facilities. In this study, an isotope analysis method based on diode laser absorption spectroscopy by using an arc-jet plasma wind tunnel is developed for rapid analysis without Winter Conference of Plasma Spectrochemistry, Amelia Island, FL, US. Isotopes can be separated via fractional distillation, gaseous diffusion, and centrifugation. The process can also be driven by chemical, magnetic, and electrostatic methods.
tionation of carbon isotopes between DIC–CO2(g) is growing more rapidly . When the δ13C of the de-gassed CO2 finally levels off at ‰, the kinetic frac-tionation is at its largest. The magnitude of this kinetic fractionation effect has been quantified in previous studies Cited by: 1. Modern Electrochemistry Vol-1 and 2 J. O. M Bockris and A. K. N. Raddy, Plenum NewYork () 9. An introduction to electrochemistry- Samuel Glastone East-West edition New Delhi () Text book of physical chemistry Samuel Glastone, 2nd edition, Mac Millan India Ltd ()
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This research utilized the LAMIS approach to study C2 molecular formation from laser ablation of carbon isotopic samples in a neon gas environment at by: Experiments show that laser produced isotopes are far cheaper as compared to any conventional technique.
Results of basic scientific research, existing technological cooperation allow to start building a laser isotope separation plant. Light element isotopes produced there can answer a wide variety of demands in many by: The achievement is quite significant especially for carbon isotopes’ separation wherein macroscopic operating scales have been realized.
Our investigations of the IR laser chemistry of two promising systems, viz. (1) neat CF 2 HCl and (2) CF 3 Br/Cl 2 containing % C using a W pulsed CO 2 laser have identified the parametric Cited by: 4.
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growing demand for carbon isotopes, we are actively engaged in developing laser photochemical methods. Laser isotope separation (LIS) by infrared laser chemistry of polyatomic molecules has come a long way since its discovery. The process has been successfully demonstrated for the separation of isotopes of many light elements.
Laser separation has for the first time produced macroscopic amounts of isotopically enriched compounds of such elements as boron, chlorine and sulfur.
Last fall experimenters at the Institute for Spectroscopy, Moscow1 and the National Bureau of Standards2 both described experiments on boron isotope separation from boron trichloride. An NBS group has also done work on separating chlorine Cited by: 1.
This new process combines the large throughputs of the aerodynamic processes with the high separation factors of the laser isotope separation techniques. Analysis We propose a new process of isotope separation based on a selective chemical reaction occurring in heterogeneous conden- sation of a gaseous compound in presence of an isotope selecti Author: Philippe Mathieu.
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This is shown to be an unnecessary constraint on the selection of reactions and experimental conditions. Using deactivation processes to compete with energy transfer between the isotopes, it is shown that isotope Cited by: Molecular modelling has become a useful and widely applied tool to investigate separation and diffusion behavior of gas molecules through nano-porous low dimensional carbon materials, including quasi-1D carbon nanotubes and 2D graphene-like carbon simulations provide detailed, molecular level information about the carbon framework structure as well as dynamics and mechanistic Cited by: Summary.
Isotope Ratio Mass Spectrometry of Light Gas-Forming Elements explores different methods of isotope analysis, including spark, secondary ion, laser, glow discharge, and isotope ratio mass spectrometry.
It explains how to evaluate the isotopic composition of light elements (H, C, N, O) in solid, liquid, and gaseous samples of organic and inorganic substances, as well as.
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TEA CO 2 and excimer XeF, XeCl lasers are used for ir excitation andCited by: The cesium isotope Cs has an extremely long half-life (τ1/2 = y) and its high water solubility leads to the anxiety of exudation to ground water during geological disposal. Such a LLFP Cs would be converted into Cs (Its half-life is d and it becomes stable Ba) by neutron capture reaction.
However intermingling Cs of which the natural abundance is % disturbs. Previous studies have demonstrated the feasibility of in-source two-photon excitation schemes in silicon isotopes, reaching a laser linewidth dominated resolution of about 90 MHz .
Some of the two-photon schemes studied in  are shown in Figure 2. Such schemes can be tested at ISOLDE with minor modi cations to standard ISOLDE ion : Ronald Fernando Garcia Ruiz, Katerina Chrysalidis, Sebastian Rothe. Pyrdine incorporation into the covalent organic framework COF‐1 resulted in a highly dense packing structure in which the pyridine occupies the hexagonal pore space between the COF layers.
This optimizes pore aperture for quantum sieving of hydrogen isotopes and introduces flexibility at cryogenic temperatures into the by: Hyunchul Oh and Michael Hirscher, Quantum Sieving for Separation of Hydrogen Isotopes Using MOFs, European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry,27, (), ().
Wiley Online Library Yongfei Zeng, Ruqiang Zou and Yanli Zhao, Covalent Organic Frameworks for CO2 Capture, Advanced Materials, 28, 15, (), (). Progress of Cryogenics and Isotopes Separation is abstracted and/or indexed in Contemporary Science Association, EBSCO, Ulrich's Periodicals Directory, SCIPIO, GALE, INSPEC, ProQuest, National Institute of Scientific Information (INIS).
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