Savannah River National Laboratory (SRNL)


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Building 773-41A, Room 242
Aiken, SC 29808
United States

Laboratory Representative


The Savannah River National Laboratory (SRNL) is the applied research and development laboratory at the Department of Energy's Savannah River Site (SRS). Originally established to support SRS, with its mission to produce the basic materials used in the fabrication of nuclear weapons, today SRNL puts science to work to serve a variety of customers across DOE, NNSA, other federal agencies, and a small number of commercial customers, in the areas of national and homeland security, energy security, and environmental and process technology. Since the end of the Cold War, SRNL has played an instrumental role in finding solutions to environmental remediation and waste stabilization problems at SRS and other government sites. SRNL has a wide spectrum of expertise in areas such as hydrogen energy, nonproliferation and counterintelligence, environmental science, waste processing, homeland security, analytical chemistry, instruments and sensors, robotics, and materials technologies. SRNL and SRS are managed by Westinghouse Savannah River Company, a subsidiary of Washington Group International.


SRNL's mission is to meet national and SRS Science and Technology needs; to build technical capabilities to meet future national needs and future SRS missions; and to provide the R&D vital to the nation that can also stimulate the region's technology-based economy through partnerships with South Carolina and regional universities and collaborations with regional governments.

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Mass transfer apparatus and method for separation of gases
Metal-organic framework templated synthesis of porous inorganic materials as novel sorbents
Method and apparatus for separation of heavy and tritiated water
Method and device for removing a non-aqueous phase liquid from a groundwater system
Method for controlling aluminum dissolution
Nanocrystalline Separation Membrane for Improved Hydrogen Flux: New processing technique to develop ionic transport membranes with improved ionic and electronic conductivity
Nanoparticle-Enhanced Ionic Liquids (NEILs): Heat Transfer Fluids with high volumetric heat capacity as well as favorable physical properties to improve the efficiency of CSP systems
NAPL Calculator: Software application that will determine if non-aqueous phase liquid (NAPL) contaminants are present in soil, groundwater, or soil vapor samples


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Energy Materials Research Laboratory (EMRL)
F/H Lab
Health Physics Instrument Calibration Laboratory
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