The problems with vitrification

The common practice to deal with high-level radioactive waste through vitrification in heat-resistant glass is not as safe as we might think, warns Dimitre Assenov. We should not ignore the perils at the expense of future generations

by Dimitre Assenov
KBS-3: Swedish capsule for spent nuclear fule (credit: Kallerna)
KBS-3: Swedish capsule for spent nuclear fule (credit: Kallerna)

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