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J. Korean Ceram. Soc. > Volume 26(4); 1989 > Article
Journal of the Korean Ceramic Society 1989;26(4): 521.
모의 폐기물유리의 화학적 내구성
현상훈, 송원선
연세대학교 요업공학과
Chemical Durability of Simulated Waste Glasses
ABSTRACT
The dependence of the chemical durability of simulated waste glasses containing the simplified waste similar to the SRP waste on compositions of host glasses, amounts of waste loading, and kinds of leachants has been investigated as a basic study on the waste immobilization through vitrification. The maximum limit of the amount of waste loading for glassforming with the host sodium borosilicate glasses selected in this study was 50wt%. The chemical durability of waste glasses whose host glass belonged to the immiscible composition region was much higher than that of waste glasses whose host glass belonged to the miscible composition region. The former waste glass showed lower chemical durability in deionized and silicate waters than in brine, while the latter glass showed the lowest chemical durability in deionized and silicate waters than in brine, while the latter glass showed the lowest chemical durability in silicate water. It was also observed that the total leaching rates in brine were noticeably small in comparison with those in other solutions. The composition of the host borosilicate glass which was suitable for the treatment of the waste through vitrification was found to be 25 Na2O-5B2O3-70SiO2(wt.%).
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