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In addition to in-house capabilities and expertise, the CR2 is actively involved in collaborative efforts to pioneer new techniques. To this end, a new world-leading capability, in collaboration with Brookhaven National Laboratory (Dr. James F. Wishart) and Florida State University (Professor Thomas E. Albrecht-Schmitt), was established on Aug.1, 2018, Actinide Picosecond Pulse Radiolysis, for probing ultrafast radiation-induced redox chemistry of the actinide series in a variety of solvent system matrices. This capability was successfully evaluated using a series of aqueous uranium, curium, and californium targets to investigate the reaction kinetics of these ions with transient radiolysis products.

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