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Hydrogen production coupled to nuclear waste treatment: the safe treatment of alkali metals through a well-demonstrated process
by Andre Rahier, Guy Mesrobian
International Journal of Nuclear Hydrogen Production and Applications (IJNHPA), Vol. 1, No. 1, 2006

 

Abstract: In 1992, the United Nations emphasised the urgent need to act against the perpetuation of disparities between and within nations, the worsening of poverty, hunger, ill health and illiteracy and the continuing deterioration of ecosystems on which we depend for our well-being. In this framework, taking into account the preservation of both worldwide energy resources and ecosystems, the use of nuclear energy to produce clean energy carriers, such as hydrogen, is undoubtedly advisable. However, coping fully with the Agenda 21 statements requires defining adequate treatment processes for nuclear wastes. This paper discusses the possible use of a well-demonstrated process to convert radioactively contaminated alkali metals into sodium hydroxide while producing hydrogen. We conclude that a synergy between Chlor-Alkali specialists and nuclear specialists may help find an acceptable solution for radioactively contaminated sodium waste.

Online publication date: Sat, 20-May-2006

 

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