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The following papers present results achieved within the RECOSY project:





Krawczyk-Bärsch, E., Grossmann, K., Arnold, T., Wobus, A., Hofmann, S.

Influence of uranium (VI) on the metabolic activity of a stable multispecies biofilms studied by oxygen microsensors and fluorescence microscopy

Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 72, 5251-5265

Laaksoharju, M., Smellie, J., Tullborg, E-L., Gimeno, M., Molinero, J., Gurban, I., Hallbeck, L.

Hydrogeochemical evaluation and modelling performed within the site investigation programme

Appl. Geochem, 23, 1761-1795

Scheinost, A.C., Kirsch, R., Banerjee, D., H., Fernandez-Martinez, A., Zaenker, H., Funke, H., Charlet, L.

X-ray absorption and photoelectron spectroscopy investigation of selenite reduction by FeII–bearing minerals

J. Contam. Hydrol., 102: 228–245

Scheinost, A., Charlet, L.

Selenite Reduction by Mackinawite, Magnetite and Siderite: XAS Characterization of Nanosized Redox Products

Environ. Sci. Technol, 42, 1984–1989





Alexandratos V. G., Behrends T., Van Cappellen P.

Reaction of U(VI) with iron sulfides.

Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 73, A25-A25.

Aurelio, G., Fernandez-Martínez, A., Cuello, G.J, Román-Ross, G., Alliot, I., Charlet, L. 

Structural study of selenium(IV) substitutions in calcite.

Chem. Geol. 270, 249-256

Fors, P., Carbol, P., Van Winckel, S., Spahiu, K.

Corrosion of high burn-up structured UO2 fuel in presence of dissolved H2

J. Nucl. Mater. 394, 1-8.

Handley-Sidhu, S.; Bryan, N.D.; Worsfold, P.J.; Vaughan, D.J.; Livens, F.R.; Keith-Roach, M.J

Corrosion and transport of depleted uranium in sand-rich environments

Chemosphere, 77, 1434-1439

Lázár, K., Máthé, Z., Földvári, M., Németh, T., Mell, P.

Various stages of oxidation of chlorite as reflected in the Fe2+ and Fe3+ proportions in the Mössbauer spectra of minerals in Boda Claystone

Hyperfine Interact., 190, 129-133

Lázár, K., Máthé, Z., Megyeri, J., Mell, P., Szarvas T

Studies on migration of radionuclides in Boda Claystone samples

Magyar Kémiai Folyóirat, 115,129-133

Levinskaitė L., Smirnov A., Lukšienė B., Druteikienė R., Remeikis V., Baltrūnas D

Pu(IV) and Fe(III) accumulation ability of heavy metal-tolerant soil fungi

Nukleonika, 54: 285−290.

Lujanienė G., Šapolaitė J., Radžiūtė E. and Aninkevičius V.

Plutonium oxidation state distribution in natural clay and goethite

J. Radioanal Nucl Chem 282:793–797

Mettler, S., Wolthers, M., Charlet, L., Gunten, U.v.

Sorption and catalytic oxidation of Fe(II) at the surface of calcite

Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 73, 1826–1840

Papanicolaou F., Antoniou S., Pashalidis I.

Experimental and Theoretical Studies on Physicochemical Parameters Affecting the Solubility of Phosphogypsum

J. Environ. Radioact., 100, 854-857

Regenspurg S., Schild D., Schäfer T., Huber F., and Malmström M. E.

Removal of uranium(VI) from the aqueous phase by iron(II) minerals in presence of bicarbonate.

Appl. Geochem, 24, 1617–1625

Schäfer, T., Michel, P., Claret, F., Beetz, T., Wirick, S., Jacobsen, C.,

Radiation sensitivity of natural organic matter: Clay mineral association effects in the Callovo-Oxfordian argillite

J. Electron. Spectrosc. Relat. Phenom.
170, 49-56.





Chakraborty, S., Bardelli, F., Charlet, L.

Reactivity of Fe(II) on calcite : Selenium reduction.

Environ. Sci. Technol., 44, 1288–1294

Grasset L., Brevet J., Schäfer T., Claret F., Gaucher E. C., Albrecht A., and Amblès A.

Sequential extraction and spectroscopic characterisation of organic matter from the Callovo-Oxfordian formation.

Org. Geochem. 41, 221-233

Lear, G.; McBeth, J.M.; Boothman, C.; Gunning, D.J.; Ellis, B.L.; Lawson, R.S.; Morris, K.; Burke, I.T.; Bryan, N.D.; Brown, A.P.; Livens, F.R.; Lloyd, J.R

Probing the Biogeochemical Behavior of Technetium Using a Novel Nuclear Imaging Approach

Environ. Sci.  Technol., 44, 156-162


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