The Chemical Thermodynamics Series comprises review reports dealing with data selection for particular elements or groups of elements and state-of-the-art reports focusing on the application of chemical thermodynamics to particular systems of interest in radioactive waste management.
The NEA Thermochemical Database (TDB) project has so far published eleven review reports and one state-of-the-art report. These review books are indispensable when using the selected TDB data, as they contain detailed information about which data sources were used in the selection procedure, how the selection was done, and information about areas where more experimental data are needed. The use of the selected data without these publications is not recommended.
The state-of-the-art report published as Volume 9 of the TDB series concerns the chemical thermodynamics of solid solutions.
|Chemical Thermodynamics Series Volume 12 (2012) |
Chemical Thermodynamics of Tin
|Chemical Thermodynamics Series Volume 11 (2009) |
Chemical thermodynamics of Thorium
Chemical Thermodynamics Series Volume 10 (2007) |
Chemical Thermodynamics of Solid Solutions of interest in Nuclear Waste Management
Chemical Thermodynamics Series Volume 9 (2005)
Chemical Thermodynamics of Compounds and Complexes of U, Np, Pu, Am, Tc, Se, Ni and Zr with Selected Organic Ligands
Chemical Thermodynamics Series Volume 8 (2005)
Chemical Thermodynamics of Zirconium
Chemical Thermodynamics Series Volume 7 (2005)
Chemical Thermodynamics of Selenium
N.B. A list of errata for "Chemical Thermodynamics of Selenium " is available as a pdf-file: Errata list Selenium book.
Chemical Thermodynamics Series Volume 6 (2005)
Chemical Thermodynamics of Nickel
N.B. A list of errata for "Chemical Thermodynamics of Nickel " is available as a pdf-file: Errata list Nickel book.
Chemical Thermodynamics Series Volume 5 (2003)
Update on the Chemical Thermodynamics of Uranium, Neptunium, Plutonium, Americium and Technetium
N.B. A list of errata and corrections for the "Update on the Chemical Thermodynamics of Uranium, Neptunium, Plutonium, Americium and Technetium" is available as a pdf-file: Errata list Update book.
Chemical Thermodynamics Series Volume 4 (2001)
Chemical Thermodynamics of Neptunium and Plutonium
Chemical Thermodynamics Series Volume 3 (1999)
Chemical Thermodynamics of Technetium
|N.B. A list of errata and a new CD-ROM for "Chemical Thermodynamic of Technetium" are available. The errata list is available as a pdf-file. Errata list Tc book. |
If you would like to receive the new CD-ROM, please send in your old CD-ROM to the NEA TDB project coordinator and we will send you the new version.
Chemical Thermodynamics Series Volume 2 (1995)
Chemical Thermodynamics of Americium
Chemical Thermodynamics Series Volume 1 (1992)
Chemical Thermodynamics of Uranium
Originally published in 1997, the book Modelling in Aquatic Chemistry contains useful information on how to use the selected values of the TDB reviews in performance assessment calculations for radioactive waste disposal, as well as general information on thermodynamic modelling. Follow this link for the complete text.
The Use of Thermodynamic Databases in Performance Assessment, Workshop Proceedings, Barcelona, Spain, 2001
Performance assessment of repository concepts for the geological disposal of long-lived radioactive waste relies on the availability of thermodynamic data for many radionuclides and other elements under a wide range of physico-chemical conditions. This publication contains the full papers and summary discussion records of a workshop attended by scientists active in the field of chemical thermodynamics and experts in repository performance assessment who use the thermochemical databases for their evaluations. During the workshop, participants discussed current experimental and theoretical standpoints, new data requirements and the peculiarities of their application in performance assessment. This publication is available online.
From Thermodynamics to the Safety Case, Symposium Proceedings, Karlsruhe, Germany, 2010
The objective of the symposium “From Thermodynamics to the Safety Case”, organised jointly by the NEA TDB and Sorption Projects, was to present and discuss the principal outcomes of these two projects with interested communities (academic institutions, technical support organisations, waste management organisations, regulatory bodies). Emphasis was placed on illustrating and discussing key challenges when applying thermodynamic models and underlying databases to problems of interest for the waste management community as a whole. These proceedings contain extended abstracts of the presentations delivered by the speakers and summary records of the discussions, as well as the main conclusions and recommendations for the future work under the TDB and Sorption Projects. This publication is available online.
Last reviewed: 9 September 2013