Analysis of radioactive metal ions in environmental and liquid effluent samples
This paper describes the development and validation of analytical procedures for the separation and determination of90Sr,90Y,238Pu,239/240Pu,241Am,241Cm and243/244Cm in liquid effluents and environmental samples. The procedures use supported reagents for extraction chromatography (reversed phase partition chromatography) that enable the separation of the analytes from a large number of other radionuclides present.
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