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  RECORDS DMINISTR TION CJQ INCINERATOR ASH DISSOLUTION MODEL FOR TH SYSTEM: PLUTONIUM NITRIC ACID ND HYDROFLUORIC ACID A THESIS Presented to The Faculty of the Division of Graduate Studies By Eric Vincent Brown In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree Master of Science in Chemical Engineering Georgia Institute of Technology June 1988  INCINERATOR ASH DISSOLUTION MODEL FOR TH SYSTEM: PLUTONIUM NITRIC ACID AND HYDROFLUORIC ACID A THESIS Presented to The Faculty of the Division of Graduate Studies By Eric Vincent Brown In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree Master of Science in Chemical Engineering Georgia Institute of Technology June 1988    DEDICATION I dedicate this entire work to my parents the late artha Walters Brown and the late Charlie Bunion Brown. This s being done because most of the credit for the accomplishments and goals that I have achieved and will achieve in the future should be given to them. Although they are gone they are truly not forgotten. May they always live through my actions and behavior as a person.  iii ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The first line of thanks is given to the good Lord who has provided me with the · courage and the inspiration to see this research to its conclusion. Next, I would like to thank Dr. Leonard W. Gray of the Savannah River Laboratory (SRL) and Dr. Daniel W. Tedder of the Georgia Institute of Technology for their valuable assistance in this research. Many thanks also go to the members of the Actinide Technology Division of SRL for allowing me to work on this project in their facilities as well as providing both direct and indirect assistance to my work. A special word of appreciation goes to the GEM Consortium, Notre Dame, IN, the U.S. Department of Energy 1, and the Georgia Tech Foundation for their financial support of my graduate education. A special word of thanks goes to Beverly Adams and Don Morgan for their contributions to the success of this work. Because it is impossible to name each and every individual who made a contribution to this work, I would like to thank all for their help in this very important chapter of my life. The infonnatioo contained iD thil article w11 developed durin the coune oCwork uder Coutrad No. DE AC~76SR00001 with the U.S. Department of EDera. By acceptuce o thil paper, the pobliaher ud or redpeot acbawled ea the U.S. GoWTDmeut'ã riJht o ret iD a aouexcluive, royalty-free licenae iD ud o uy copyriaht coveriDa thil paper, alon with t e riJht reproduce ud to authoriae othen to reproduce all or part o the copyri ht.ed paper.
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