Welcome to the open archive of the nuclear energy division (french acronym: DEN) from the Marcoule.
you can consult here all DEN marcoule scientific publications deposited on HAL or HAL-CEA.

Consult here all DEN Marcoule documents

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Past and present Departments from the DEN Marcoule:

see also Marcoule Institute for separation chemistry (french acronym: ICSM)


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Confinement Actinide biochemistry In-situ probe Déchets technologiques C-14 Irradiation defects Raman spectroscopy Aerated water Secondary phases Cinétique isobare Bubble images Hulls BETON Aging FIB Décomposition thermique Actinide chemistry Image processing 3D modeling Dioxyde d’uranium Conteneur de stockage Solvent extraction Aerated water Combustible usé Bioavailability Conteneurs béton Cinétique isotherme Composition range Large ellipse clusters GEL Stochastic geometry Composés d'actinide Pulsed column MILIEU POREUX Breakup kernels Cerium oxide INDUSTRY Uranium dioxide Activated carbon felt 4-methylacetophenone MODELE Lanthanoids Matériaux cimentaires Liquid-liquid system Isobaric conditions Incinération de déchets CFD MESOPOROUS ADSORBENTS Actinide oxalates COM Alkali activators DEHCNPB Déchets compactés Competitive sorption Binary mixture Uranyl Geopolymers Concentrated aqueous solutions Déchets CFD–PBE modelling Activity coefficient Irradiation defects Molecular dynamics Ciments ACTN Hydrofluorination Decorporation Speciation Image analysis Axial dispersion Colis de verre ADSORPTION Bitumes Solid-gas reactions Hydrofluoration Matérn point process Aggregation Finite point process DSD measurement Highly over lapping ellipses CFD-PBE modelling Marked point process Activated carbon felts Kinetics modelling Chelating agents Controlled atmosphere Binary data ACTI Extraction Liquide-Liquide Bifunctional extractants Crystal structure Azeotrope Actinide IIn situ/i ESEM Focused Ion beam PIV ANION EXCHANGE Colis de bitume Calcination Coupled PIV–PLIF techniques Isothermal conditions Conditionnement Liquid–liquid system