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A new type of high-level waste (HLW) is generated during pyrochemical reprocessing of mixed nitride spent uranium–plutonium nuclear fuel. Such waste is a spent electrolyte, which is a mixture of chloride salts containing approximately 25.7 wt.% LiCl + 31.6 wt.% KCl + 4.1 wt.% CsCl + 5.1 wt.% BaCl2 + 3.8 wt.% SrCl2 + 29.7 wt.% LaCl3, and its immobilization in reliable matrices is an actual radiochemical problem. The structure and hydrolytic stability of sodium aluminoironphosphate (NAFP) glassdoi:10.3390/en15176477 fatcat:khbaynkaavesnnhdd7znel5muy