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Professor Tom Scott

Professor Tom Scott

Professor Tom Scott
MSci Hons(Bristol), PhD

Professor in Materials

Area of research

Geochemistry and Metallurgy of uranium

Office 5.13 (HH Wills Physics Laboratory)
HH Wills Physics Laboratory,
Tyndall Avenue, Bristol BS8 1TL
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+44 (0) 117 331 1176

Summary

Geochemistry and Metallurgy of uranium - specialising in the oxidation/corrosion behaviour of uranium, and methods for its environmental remediation. Active interests also include the geochemistry of iron and iron bearing minerals (PhD Specialisation) for the uptake and environmental remediation of heavy metals and radionuclides. This extends to a developed interest in the corrosion and microstructural ageing behaviour of structural materials (300 series steels) in reactor and storage environments. Research has been funded in association with the AWE, CERN, Sellafield and EDF Energy (HTC) with complementary funding from EPSRC, NERC, NATO and the Royal Society.

Keywords

  • nanoparticles
  • uranium
  • geochemistry
  • iron
  • radionuclides

Recent publications

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Courses

Professor Scott currently teaches 3 courses:

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