Electrodeposition of uranium dioxide films
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Uranium dioxide films in a hydrated form are electrodeposited unto nickel plates starting with a uranyl nitrate solution in ammonium sulfate. The process is incidental to water splitting which is the dominant electrochemical pathway and as a consequence, the uranium deposition is highly dependent on experimental parameters that require close control such as the pH and concentration of the supporting electrolyte as well as current density, and the cell design.
KeywordsUranium Electrolyte Concentration Hydrated Form Deposition Efficiency Uranium Deposition
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