NUCLSunday, March 23, 2003

1:00 PM-4:10 PM Convention Center -- Room 390,Oral
Synchrotron-Based Analytical Techniques for Nuclear and Environmental Sciences
Overviews, New Developments, and Microbial Interactions
Presiding:Ken R. Czerwinski
Organizer, Presiding:Martine C. Duff
1:00 PM Introductory Remarks
1:05 PM 16Environmental remediation sciences and synchrotron techniques at the Department of Energy
Teresa Fryberger, Roland F. Hirsch
1:35 PM 17Overview of applications of synchrotron-based techniques in environmental and nuclear science
Gordon E. Brown Jr.
2:05 PM 18Use of microXAS to study the influence of the inherent heterogeneity of nuclear-waste repository materials on radionuclide uptake
Andre Scheidegger, Daniel Grolimund, Rainer Daehn
2:25 PM Intermission
2:45 PM 19Results from the Molecular Environmental Science Beamline 11.0.2 at the Advanced Light Source
Mary K. Gilles, N. Andresen, M. Coleman, J. Comins, M. Decool, S. Fakra, E. Hebenstreit, D. Kilcoyne, S. Marks, D. MacGill, P. McKean, F. Ogletree, K. Rex, M. Salmeron, D. K. Shuh, T. Stevens, T. Tyliszczak, T. Warwick, R. Wiedenbach
3:05 PM 20XAS and fundamental plutonium interaction processes with environmental microorganisms
Heino Nitsche, Petra J. Panak, Corwin H. Booth, David K. Shuh
3:30 PM 21EXAFS study of uranyl adsorption to bacteria
Jeffrey A. Warner, Tracy E. Letain, Corwin H. Booth, David K. Shuh, Heino Nitsche
3:50 PM 22Chromium(VI) is reduced by sulfur nucleophiles and bacteria: Mechanistic studies using XANES spectroscopy
Murthy Vairavamurthy

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