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Glass as a Waste Form and Vitrification Technology: Summary of an International Workshop References Bates, J. K., C. R. Bradley, E. C. Buck, J. C. Cunnane, W. L. Ebert, X. Feng, J. J. Mazer, D. J. Wronkiewicz, J. Sproull, W. L. Bourcier, B. P. McGrail, and M. K. Altenhofen, eds. 1994. High-Level Waste Borosilicate Glass: A Compendium of Corrosion Characteristics. Report DOE-EM-0177 (3 volumes). Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Waste Management. Bates, J. K., A. J. G. Ellison, J. W. Emery, and J. C. Hoh. 1996. Glass as a waste form for the immobilization of plutonium, p. 57-64. In W. M. Murphy and D. A. Knecht, eds., Scientific Basis for Nuclear Waste Management XIX. Materials Research Society Proceedings, vol. 412: Pittsburgh: Materials Research Society. Bunker, B., J. Virden, W. Kuhn, and R. Quinn. 1995. Nuclear Materials, Radioactive Tank Wastes, p. 2023-2032. In Encyclopedia of Energy Technology and the Environment. New York: John Wiley & Sons. Carter, L. J. 1987. Nuclear Imperatives and Public Trust: Dealing with Radioactive Waste. Washington, D.C.: Resources for the Future. General Accounting Office. 1992. Defense Waste Processing Facility—Cost, Schedule, and Technical Issues. U.S. General Accounting Office. GAO/RCED-92-183. Washington, D.C.: U.S. General Accounting Office. Grambow, B. 1991. What do we know about nuclear waste glass performance in the repository near field?, p. 25-49. In Proceedings From the Technical Workshop on Near-Field Performance Assessment for High-Level Waste, P. Sellin, M. Apted, and J. Gago, eds., Madrid, October 15-17, 1990. SKB Technical Report 91-59. Stockholm. Grambow, B. 1995. Borosilicate glass: future research requirements, or "What we don't know." Materials Research Society Bulletin, XIX(12):20-23. Lutze, W. 1988. Silicate glasses, p. 1-159. In Radioactive Waste Forms for the Future, W. Lutze and R. C. Ewing, eds. Amsterdam: North Holland. Lutze W., and R. C. Ewing. 1988. Summary and evaluation of nuclear waste forms, p. 699-740. In Radioactive Waste Forms for the Future, W. Lutze and R. C. Ewing, eds. Amsterdam: North Holland. National Academy of Sciences. 1994. Management and Disposition of Excess Weapons Plutonium. NAS Committee on International Security and Arms Control. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. National Academy of Sciences. 1995. Management and Disposition of Excess Weapons Plutonium: Reactor-Related Options. NAS panel on Reactor-Related Options for the Disposition of Excess Weapons Plutonium. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. National Research Council. 1995. Technical Bases for Yucca Mountain Standards. NRC Committee on Technical Bases for Yucca Mountain Standards. Washington, D.C.:National Academy Press. National Research Council. 1996. Nuclear Wastes: Technologies for Separations and Transmutation. NRC Committee on Separations Technology and Transmutation Systems. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press.

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Glass as a Waste Form and Vitrification Technology: Summary of an International Workshop Weber, W. J., R. C. Ewing, C. Austen Angell, G. W. Arnold, A. N. Cormack, J. M. Delaye, D. L. Griscom, L. W. Hobbs, A. Navrotsky, D. L. Price, A. M. Stoneham, and M. C. Weinberg. (submitted for publication). Radiation effects in glasses used for immobilization of high-level waste and plutonium disposition. Journal of Materials Research (prepublication copies can be obtained from the senior author at Pacific Northwest National Laboratories, P.O. Box 999, M.S. K2-44, Richland, WA 99352).

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