Chemistry provides a route to selective binding and extraction of radioactive cesium
Fundamental separations science research developed an understanding of the synthesis, structure, and thermodynamics of molecules that selectively bind radioactive cesium-137, a troublesome fission product, allowing trace cesium to be selectively separated from concentrated salt solution.
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