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CFD–PBE modelling Competitive sorption Aerated water Conteneur de stockage Molecular dynamics CFD Activated carbon felts In-situ probe Activated carbon felt Cerium oxide Ciments Dioxyde d’uranium Irradiation defects Actinide chemistry COM CFD-PBE modelling Décomposition thermique Spectroscopy Colis de verre Liquid-liquid system Bifunctional extractants Déchets Large ellipse clusters Geopolymers Incinération de déchets Combustible usé Isothermal conditions Composition range Axial dispersion 4-methylacetophenone ANION EXCHANGE Finite point process INDUSTRY Confinement Ionic liquids Hydrofluorination Actinide Hydrofluoration Cinétique isotherme Isobaric conditions Bitumes Crystal structure FIB Stochastic geometry Focused Ion beam Liquid–liquid system Uranium dioxide DEHCNPB Irradiation defects Raman spectroscopy Aerated water Secondary phases Cinétique isobare Bubble images GEL Conditionnement Binary mixture Image processing Hulls ACTI Alkali activators Concentrated aqueous solutions Chelating agents Lanthanoids Breakup kernels Conteneurs béton PIV Azeotrope Decorporation Controlled atmosphere Image analysis Aggregation Activity coefficient Lanthanides C-14 Calcination Coupled PIV–PLIF techniques Liquides ioniques Extraction Liquide-Liquide Electrochemistry Aging Déchets compactés Pulsed column Bioavailability Kinetics modelling DSD measurement Binary data Colis de bitume Déchets technologiques 3D modeling Actinide oxalates ACTN BETON Electrochimie Solid-gas reactions Speciation Actinide biochemistry ADSORPTION Uranyl Highly over lapping ellipses IIn situ/i ESEM Solvent extraction Composés d'actinide