The effects of concentration of HNO 3,CH 3N 2H 3 on extraction percentage of Np from aqueous phase containing UO 2 2+ and not containing UO 2+ 2 by 30%TBP kerosene and the effects of concentration of HNO 3,CH 3N 2H 3 in stripping solution on stripping percentage of Np from 30%TBP kerosene loading UO 2(NO 3) 2 and not loading UO 2(NO 3) 2 are studied.
However, further improvements in solid-phase artificial chaperone assisted technique are needed either through synthesizing better stripping agents or by optimizing and defining better refolding environments.
Numerical results are presented for the geomagnetic trapping of high-energy singly charged oxygen ions penetrating into the stripping region from interplanetary space.
A thin (100 ?) diamond-like foil is used for stripping instead of the conventional method of stripping in gas.
To increase detection efficiency, the device uses additional electrostatic acceleration of ions scattered by the stripping foil and provides a magnetic field configuration with two-coordinate focusing.
The stripping of hydrogen atoms can be performed in both a gas cell with hydrogen and a thin carbon film.