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Research Article

Evaluation of the Properties of Cemented Liquid Scintillator Wastes under Flooding Scenario in Various Aqueous Media

Table 3

Mass loss in the FWF* due to thermogravimetric analysis (TGA) following the immersion in different aqueous media.

Immersion mediaThe mass loss due to heating up to 1000°C
<120°C(120°C–460°C)(460°C–560°C)(700°C–850°C)Total mass loss

Non-immersed1.95.51.46.022.21
Tapwater5.812.12.32.827.8
Groundwater5.9132.24.627.24
Seawater5.813.22.16.027.12

ement/water ratio = 0.3, clay = 3%, LSW = 15%.

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