Neutrons inspect salt-inclusion materials to improve long-term hazardous waste storage -- ScienceDaily

The USC team recently visited the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory to study salt-inclusion materials (SIMs) that contain internal silicate channels with the capacity to safely immobilize nuclear waste. The researchers hope to obtain valuable insights into the materials' properties using resources at ORNL's Spallation Neutron Source such as the POWGEN instrument, SNS beamline 11A.

 

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