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Luminescent and magnetic properties of mononuclear lanthanide thiocyanates with terpyridine as auxiliary ligand

Authors: Petrosyants, SP; Ilyukhin, AB; Gavrikov, A; Mikhlina, YA; Puntus, LN; Varaksina, EA; Efimov, NN; Novotortsev, VM (2019) HERO ID: 5077240


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Synthesis, characterization and biological activities of Ni(II), Cu(II) and UO2(VI) complexes of N '-((2Z,3E)-3-(hydroxyimino)butan-2-ylidene)-2-phenylacetohydrazide

Authors: Karadeniz, S; Ataol, CY; Ozen, T; Demir, R; Ogutcu, H; Bati, H (2019) HERO ID: 5077241


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Interaction mechanism between different facet TiO2 and U(VI): Experimental and density-functional theory investigation

Authors: Chen, Ke; Chen, C; Ren, X; Alsaedi, A; Hayat, T (2019) HERO ID: 5077242


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Rapid and selective capture of perrhenate anion from simulated groundwater by a mesoporous silica-supported anion exchanger

Authors: Chen, L; Yin, X; Yu, Q; Lu, S; Meng, F; Ning, S; Wang, X; Wei, Y (2019) HERO ID: 5077244


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Mechanism of aluminum complexation in oxidative activity of leaching bacteria in a fluoride-containing bioleaching system

Authors: Li, X; Wen, JK; Mo, XLan; Biao, Wu; Wang, DZuo; Yang, HY (2019) HERO ID: 5077246


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Quantifying weathering rind formation rates using in situ measurements of U-series isotopes with laser ablation and inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry

Authors: Ma, Lin; Dosseto, A; Gaillardet, J; Sak, PB; Brantley, S (2019) HERO ID: 5077255


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Monte Carlo modeling of the NUR Nuclear Research Reactor

Authors: Mokhtari, O; Mazrou, H (2019) HERO ID: 5077260


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Highly efficient immobilization of uranium(VI) from aqueous solution by phosphonate-functionalized dendritic fibrous nanosilica (DFNS)

Authors: Yang, P; Liu, Q; Liu, J; Chen, R; Li, R; Bai, X; Wang, J (2019) HERO ID: 5063014

[Less] A novel phosphonate assisted fabrication dendritic fibrous nanosilica (DFNS)-based adsorbing material . . . [More] A novel phosphonate assisted fabrication dendritic fibrous nanosilica (DFNS)-based adsorbing material was successfully synthesis via organic modification with 3-aminopropyltriethoxysilane (KH550), epichlorohydrin (ECH) and phytic acid (PA) on the grounds of hard-soft-acid-base theory, in which organic phosphorous can be applied for efficient chelating uranium(VI) (U(VI)). The adsorption properties can be evaluated by setting a series parameters (pH, adsorbent dose, contact time, initial U(VI) concentration). It is clear that uranium as a "hard" lewis acid can easily form chelating bond with "hard" donor-ligands so that as-papered PA-DFNS has an excellent adsorption capacity (qm = 1106 mg g-1, 298.15 K), which exhibits a 163% increment compared with that of original DNFS under the same condition. In the meantime, the adsorption equilibrium time of PA-DNFS (t = 60 min) was shortened by 33% compared with that of pristine DNFS. Besides, the PA-DFNS exhibited good removal efficiency and stability under the 0.1 M HNO3 after 6 cycles, extending the application of PA-DFNS in the field of adsorption.

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Integrating laboratory and field studies to assess impacts of discharge from a uranium mine and validate a water quality guideline value for magnesium

Authors: Trenfield, MA; Harford, AJ; Mooney, T; Ellis, M; Humphrey, C; van Dam, RA (2019) Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management 15:64-76. HERO ID: 5019663

[Less] Magnesium (Mg) is a primary contaminant in mine water discharges from the Ranger Uranium Mine (north . . . [More] Magnesium (Mg) is a primary contaminant in mine water discharges from the Ranger Uranium Mine (north Australia). Site-specific water quality guideline values (WQGVs) for Mg have been derived from laboratory and field studies. Contaminated groundwater with elevated electrical conductivity and metals (Mg, Mn, U, SO4 , and Ca) was detected flowing from the mine site into adjacent surface waters. This provided an opportunity to investigate the protectiveness of the Mg WQGV by conducting an integrated laboratory and field study. A direct toxicity assessment (DTA) of the groundwater was conducted with local tropical freshwater species: duckweed (Lemna aequinoctialis), green hydra (Hydra viridissima), and the aquatic snail Amerianna cumingi. An in situ toxicity assessment was carried out in the creek receiving diluted groundwater by use of the same species of snail, to aid interpretation of laboratory-derived data. The toxicity of the contaminated groundwater was higher than Mg-only toxicity testing for H. viridissima, with other elevated metals and major ions contributing to toxicity. However, for duckweed and snail, the contaminated groundwater was less toxic than the Mg-only testing. In situ snail monitoring supported laboratory exposures, showing no effect on reproduction of A. cumingi exposed to an average of approximately 5 mg/L Mg; however, a very small effect was noted closer to the groundwater source, probably associated with other contaminants. The minimal toxicity observed for L. aequinoctialis and A. cumingi, despite the elevated Mg, can be explained by the high calcium (Ca) concentration of the water and the potential amelioration of metal toxicity. The extent of Ca amelioration of Mg toxicity was organism dependent. This study affirms the proposed environmental rehabilitation standard of 3 mg/L Mg for surface waters with a Ca concentration typical of water from this mine site. Integr Environ Assess Manag 2019;15:64-76. © 2018 SETAC.

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Enhanced phytoremediation of uranium-contaminated soils by arbuscular mycorrhiza and rhizobium

Authors: Ren, CG; Kong, CC; Wang, SX; Xie, ZH (2019) HERO ID: 5075949

[Less] Uranium phytoextraction is a promising technology, however, facing difficult that limited plant biomass . . . [More] Uranium phytoextraction is a promising technology, however, facing difficult that limited plant biomass due to nutrient deficiency in the contaminated sites. The aim of this study is to evaluate the potential of a symbiotic associations of a legume Sesbania rostrata, rhizobia and arbuscular mycorrhiza fungi (AMF) for reclamation of uranium contaminated soils. Results showed AMF and rhizobia had a mutual beneficial relations in the triple symbiosis, which significantly increased plant biomass and uranium accumulation in S. rostrata plant. The highest uranium removal rates was observed in plant-AMF-rhizobia treated soils, in which 50.5-73.2% had been extracted, whereas 7.2-23.3% had been extracted in plant-treated soil. Also, the S. rostrata phytochelatin synthase (PCS) genes expression were increased in AMF and rhizobia plants compared with the plants. Meantime, content of malic acid, succinic acid and citric acid were elevated in S. rostrata root exudates of AMF and rhizobia inoculated plants. The facts suggest that the mutual interactions in the triple symbiosis help to improve phytoremediation efficiency of uranium by S. rostrata.