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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PIV Uranium dioxide Binary mixture ADSORPTION Binary data C-14 Corrosion products Colis de verre ANION EXCHANGE UV-visible Constant load Breakup kernels Carbamide Spectroscopy ACTI Bioavailability Controlled atmosphere Alkali activators Speciation Behaviour 3D modeling Uranium Composition range Uranyl Décomposition thermique ACTN Bitumes Verres nucléaires Secondary phases Actinide chemistry Activated carbon felt Conteneur de stockage Calcium phosphate cement / hydration / wollastonite / brushite / amorphous aluminophosphate / mechanical strength Calcination Americium Leaching Bubble images Sintering Approche multi-échelle Caesium Confinement Composés d'actinide Vitrification Chelating agents Carbone/epoxy Ab initio calculations Concrete gravel Agrégation Colis de bitume Azeotrope Actinide Stochastic geometry Actinide oxalates Liquid-liquid extraction Aluminosilicate glass melt Actinide biochemistry Molecular dynamics Calixarene Aerated water 4-methylacetophenone Aggregation CFD-PBE modelling Competitive sorption Axial dispersion Lanthanides Activity coefficient CFD–PBE modelling Cinétique isotherme Chemical states Pulsed column Concentrated aqueous solutions COM Bifunctional extractants CFD Glass Cerium oxide Solvent extraction Oxalate d'actinide Iron Cinétique isobare Crystal field theory BETON Analytical chemistry Argon Combustible usé Ciments 20 Glass alteration Activated carbon felts Comportement à long terme Aging Coupled PIV–PLIF techniques Hydrofluorination Kinetics modelling Conteneurs béton Alteration layer Phase separation Conditionnement Alteration Modelling Solid-gas reactions