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Speciation needs in relation with environmental and biological purposes
Radioprotection - Revue de la Societé Francaise de Radioprotection
Radionuclides can occur in the environment either through chronic releases of nuclear facilities, or due to incidents or accidents. In order to study there behaviors in the environment (migration, retention, transfer, ...) and in human organisms (metabolism, retention, excretion), it is of prime importance to know their solution chemistry, and more particularly thermodynamic equilibrium constants, allowing to calculate their speciation. In fact, speciation governs the migration, thedoi:10.1051/radiopro:2005s1-003 fatcat:qlqr3lolv5d2zgyouvxtfhnasa