Organic Iodide Formation During Severe Accidents in Light Water Nuclear Reactors

Edward C. Beahm*, Yun-Ming Wang, Simon J. Wisbey, William E. Shockley

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摘要

The description of containment iodine behavior in reactor accident sequences involves a combination of iodine volatility effects, deposition/revaporization processes, and mass transport of iodine species. The formation and retention of volatile organic iodides such as methyl iodide, CH//3I, are important factors in determining iodine source terms. Tests have shown that the formation of organic iodide was enhanced by radiation and iodine in the chemical form of I//2. Methyl iodide, the only organic iodide detected in measurable quantities, formed predominantly in aqueous solution even when the organic material was introduced to the gas phase.

原文English
頁(從 - 到)34-42
頁數9
期刊Nuclear Technology
78
發行號1
DOIs
出版狀態Published - 十二月 1987

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