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Eugene Ilton

Institution
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Projects

The role of U(V) during heterogeneous reduction of aqueous U(VI) to U(IV).

Lead Institution
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Principal Investigator
Eugene Ilton
Project type
Exploratory Research
This proposal is being submitted in response to the Science theme call: Biogeochemistry and Subsurface Science, understanding the chemistry of radionuclides in the subsurface. It directly relates to…

Mineral Reactivity and Transformations in Adsorbed Water Films

Lead Institution
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Principal Investigator
John Loring
Project type
Large-Scale EMSL Research
Transformations of minerals covered in thin films of adsorbed H2O are ubiquitous in nature and occur under unique chemical and physical constraints. But in contrast to bulk aqueous systems,…

CAT - Nuclear Processing Science Initiative

Lead Institution
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Principal Investigator
Sue Clark
The Nuclear Process Science Initiative (NPSI) is an internal, Laboratory Directed Research and Development (LDRD) program investment in support of the nuclear science and technology research…

Nuclear Processing
Science Initiative

Lead Institution
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Principal Investigator
Sue Clark
The Nuclear Process Science Initiative (NPSI) is an internal, Laboratory Directed Research and Development (LDRD) program investment in support of the nuclear science and technology research…

Characterization of Synthetic Mixed Valence U Compounds

Lead Institution
The George Washington University
Principal Investigator
Christopher Cahill
Project type
Exploratory Research
The efforts proposed herein will explore the synthetic reaction conditions necessary to produce and stabilize pentavalent uranium oxide species under hydrothermal conditions. U(V) is a fleeting…

The role of U(V) during heterogeneous reduction of aqueous U(VI) to U(IV).

Lead Institution
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Principal Investigator
Eugene Ilton
Project type
Large-Scale EMSL Research
This proposal is being submitted in response to the Science theme call: Biogeochemistry and Subsurface Science, understanding the chemistry of radionuclides in the subsurface. It directly relates to…

Molecular-scale controls on heteroepitaxy at mineral-water interfaces

Lead Institution
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Principal Investigator
Sebastien Kerisit
Project type
Large-Scale EMSL Research
The objective of the proposed research is to elucidate and quantify the molecular-scale mechanisms of heteroepitaxial nucleation and growth at mineral-water interfaces. Despite several examples of…

Advances in Understanding Electron Transfer Kinetics at Environmental Interfaces

Lead Institution
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Principal Investigator
Kevin Rosso
Project type
Large-Scale EMSL Research
This EMSL user proposal requests a continuation of EMSL access for a BER funded Environmental Molecular Sciences Institute (EMSI) project led by Dr. Rosso at PNNL. This project constitutes the PNNL…

Oxidative corrosion of uraninite (UO2) surfaces

Lead Institution
University of Chicago
Principal Investigator
Joanne Stubbs
Project type
Special Science
Uraninite (UO2) is the most abundant uranium ore mineral, its synthetic analog is the primary constituent of most nuclear fuels, it is the desired product of bioremediation strategies for uranium…