Transport Simulation, In-Situ Detection and Bio-effect of Toxic Chemicals

Research Project , Research Report 2003

Shinya NAGASAKI Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, The University of Tokyo(Research Partners)
Ken CZERWINSKI Professor, Nuclear Engineering Department, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

Abstract

In order to improve the reliability of safety assessment of radioactive waste disposal, femto-second laser induced fluorescence spectroscopy system has been developed for the case of Eu-salicylic acid complexes. From the Stern-Volmer plot based on fluorescent intensity and its life-time, static quenching was found to be dominant under the experimental conditions. The stability constants of Eu-salicylic acid was evaluated.
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Keywords:

Eu, salicylic acid, femto-second pulse laser system, stability constant