Introduction and Background
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The scope of the thesis is to study and develop small-scale processes for ionic liquid-based extractions that can intensify the liquid-liquid separations of the spent nuclear fuel reprocessing cycle.
KeywordsIonic Liquid Particle Image Velocimetry Plug Flow Spend Nuclear Fuel Conventional Organic Solvent
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