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Eigencolloid

Eigencolloid is a term derived from the German language (eigen: own) and used to designate colloids made of pure phases. Most often such colloids are formed by the hydrolysis of heavy metals cations or radionuclides, such as, e.g., Tc(OH)4, Th(OH)4, U(OH)4, Pu(OH)4, or Am(OH)3. Colloids have been suspected for the long-range transport of plutonium on the Nevada Test Site.

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  • {{cite journal
| doi = 10.1524/ract.92.9.537.54983 | year = 2004 | title = Solubility and colloid formation of Th (IV) in concentrated NaCl and MgCl2 solution | journal = Radiochimica Acta | volume = 92 | issue = 9–11 | pages = 537–543 |author1=Altmaier, M. |author2=Neck, V. |author3=Fanghänel, T. }}
  • {{cite journal
| doi = 10.1021/ac050546+ | year = 2005 | title = Column precipitation chromatography: An approach to quantitative analysis of eigencolloids | journal = Analytical Chemistry | volume = 77 | issue = 15 | pages = 5048–5054 | pmid = 16053321 |author1=Breynaert, E. |author2=Maes, A. }} | doi = 10.1524/ract.92.9.617.55007 | year = 2004 | title = The redox behaviour of plutonium in humic-rich groundwater | journal = Radiochimica Acta | volume = 92 | issue = 9–11 | pages = 617–623 |author1=Marquardt, C. M. |author2=Seibert, A. |author3=Artinger, R. |author4=Denecke, M. A. |author5=Kuczewski, B. |author6=Schild, D. |author7=Fanghänel T. }}
  • {{cite journal
| year = 2007 | title = Solubility of plutonium hydroxides/hydrous oxides under reducing conditions and in the presence of oxygen | journal = Comptes Rendus Chimie | volume = 10 | issue = 10–11 | pages = 959–977 |author1=Neck, V. |author2=Altmaier, M. |author3=Fanghänel, T. | doi = 10.1016/j.crci.2007.02.011 }}
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