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Journal of the Atomic Energy Society of Japan
The rates of hydrogen release from simulated high-level liquid waste (SHLLW) during irradiation of 60Co γ-rays have been studied using a laboratory-scale apparatus. The SHLLW used was made up of 28 different metal elements, the concentrations of which were determined from a computed data (ORIGEN-2) for a Purex spent fuel (burn-up of 4.5GWd/t, cooling time of 4 years) except for those of corrosion products (Fe, Cr and Ni) and of chemical process additive (P). The nitrate ion concentration of thedoi:10.3327/jaesj.39.1062 fatcat:oisrinvjlrb5jhlaphwjzkvzoq