A scientist from Moscow has invented a new method of wastewater treatment at a nuclear power plant
Konstantin Katin, a scientist at the National Research Nuclear University of the Moscow Institute of Engineering and Physics, has invented a new method for cleaning radioactive waste water at nuclear power plants. Information about this appeared on the university's website.
"The adsorbent developed by Konstantin Katin using computer modeling captures 1.5 times more uranyl (this is the most radioactively dangerous substance that is formed as a result of the operation of nuclear power plants) than all known analogues, " the press service of the institution reported.
In addition, the developed adsorbent is safe for the environment. It consists exclusively of natural materials.
At the same time, after contamination of the adsorbent, uranyl can be extracted from it for reuse.
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Author: Anton Yakovlev
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