storage of spent fuel or high-level radioactive waste, which has been pending for many years (North, 1999).

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

This work has benefited from the contributions of Drs. Mark Turnquist and Tsung-sheng Chang. The support of the National Science Foundation is gratefully acknowledged.

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