A Flow Model for the Kinetics of Dissolution of Nuclear Waste Forms; A Comparison of Borosilicate Glass, Synroc and High-Silica Glass

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Macedo, P.B., Barkatt, A. & Simmons, J.H. A Flow Model for the Kinetics of Dissolution of Nuclear Waste Forms; A Comparison of Borosilicate Glass, Synroc and High-Silica Glass. MRS Online Proceedings Library 11, 57 (1981). https://doi.org/10.1557/PROC-11-57

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