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