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Behaviour of radioactive iodide and bromide ions from aqueous solution on ion exchange resins Amberlite IRA-400

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The ion exchange resin Amberlite IRA-400 in iodide and bromide form where equilibrated separately with the respective labeled iodide and bromide ion solution of different concen-trations varying from 0.005M to 0.100M in the temperature range of 32.0 ºC to 48.0 ºC. The dis-tribution coefficient Kd values calculated for iodide and bromide ion exchange increases with rise in ionic concentration of the external solution, however with rise in temperature the Kd values calculated where found to decrease. Also the Kd values calculated where higher for iodide exchange than bromide exchange. Among the different alternative techniques available for obtaining the Kd values, the radio-active tracer technique used in the present ex-perimental work offers high detection sensitivity. It is expected that the distribution coefficient data obtained from such experimental work will significant in environmental impact assessment on the disposal of radioactive waste.

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Singare, P. and Lokhande, R. (2009) Behaviour of radioactive iodide and bromide ions from aqueous solution on ion exchange resins Amberlite IRA-400. Natural Science, 1, 191-194. doi: 10.4236/ns.2009.13025.

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