Water Chemistry of Nuclear Reactor Systems 8

Water Chemistry of Nuclear Reactor Systems 8

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These conference proceedings addresses the continuing worldwide interest in the chemistry that determines the operational behaviour of nuclear power stations. This collection of international papers aims to discuss the chemical factors important to the operation of the water circuits of power reactors with minimum corrosion, operator radiation dose and effluent/radwaste discharges.This can probably be attributed to the fact that the presence of H2O2 leads to a more efficient cathodic partial reaction. ... The value of RD after the injection is the highest at 50AdC, which in turn suggests that the films are the most stable after ... In other words, the possible influence of the injection temperature of H2O2 on the stability of the oxide films formed on stainless steel in VVER conditions does notanbsp;...

Title:Water Chemistry of Nuclear Reactor Systems 8
Publisher:Thomas Telford - 2000


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