Aqueous solutions of Uranium (VI) as studied by time-resolved emission spectroscopy: a round-robin test

I. Billard, E. Ansoborlo, K. Apperson, David Birch, S. Arpigny, M. Azenha, P. Bros, H. Burrows, G. Choppin, L. Couston, V. Dubois, T. Fanghenel, G. Geipel, S. Hubert, J. Kim, T. Kimura, R. Klenze, A. Kronenberg, M. Kumke, G. Lagarde & 12 others G. Lamarque, S. Lis, C. Madic, G. Meinrath, C. Moulin, R. Nagaishi, D. Parker, G. Plancque, F. Sherbaum, E. Simoni, S. Sinkov, C. Viallesoubranne

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Abstract

Results of an inter-laboratory round-robin study of the application of time-resolved emission spectroscopy (TRES) to the speciation of uranium(VI) in aqueous media are presented. The round-robin study involved 13 independent laboratories, using various instrumentation and data analysis methods. Samples were prepared based on appropriate speciation diagrams and, in general, were found to be chemically stable for at least six months. Four different types of aqueous uranyl solutions were studied: (1) acidic medium where UO2 21 aq is the single emitting species, (2) uranyl in the presence of fluoride ions, (3) uranyl in the presence of sulfate ions, and (4) uranyl in aqueous solutions at different pH, promoting the formation of hydrolyzed species. Results between the laboratories are compared in terms of the number of decay components, luminescence lifetimes, and spectral band positions. The successes and limitations of TRES in uranyl analysis and speciation in aqueous solutions are discussed.
LanguageEnglish
Pages1027-1038
Number of pages11
JournalApplied Spectroscopy
Volume57
Issue number8
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 11 Feb 2003

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Uranium
Emission spectroscopy
uranium
aqueous solutions
Ions
spectroscopy
spectral bands
Fluorides
Sulfates
fluorides
Luminescence
sulfates
ions
diagrams
luminescence
life (durability)
decay

Keywords

  • uranium(VI)
  • intercomparison
  • speciation
  • nanoscience
  • spectroscopy

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Billard, I., Ansoborlo, E., Apperson, K., Birch, D., Arpigny, S., Azenha, M., ... Viallesoubranne, C. (2003). Aqueous solutions of Uranium (VI) as studied by time-resolved emission spectroscopy: a round-robin test. Applied Spectroscopy, 57(8), 1027-1038. https://doi.org/10.1366/000370203322259002
Billard, I. ; Ansoborlo, E. ; Apperson, K. ; Birch, David ; Arpigny, S. ; Azenha, M. ; Bros, P. ; Burrows, H. ; Choppin, G. ; Couston, L. ; Dubois, V. ; Fanghenel, T. ; Geipel, G. ; Hubert, S. ; Kim, J. ; Kimura, T. ; Klenze, R. ; Kronenberg, A. ; Kumke, M. ; Lagarde, G. ; Lamarque, G. ; Lis, S. ; Madic, C. ; Meinrath, G. ; Moulin, C. ; Nagaishi, R. ; Parker, D. ; Plancque, G. ; Sherbaum, F. ; Simoni, E. ; Sinkov, S. ; Viallesoubranne, C. / Aqueous solutions of Uranium (VI) as studied by time-resolved emission spectroscopy: a round-robin test. In: Applied Spectroscopy. 2003 ; Vol. 57, No. 8. pp. 1027-1038.
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In: Applied Spectroscopy, Vol. 57, No. 8, 11.02.2003, p. 1027-1038.

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