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New nuclear materials including non-metallic fuels

International Atomic Energy Agency.

New nuclear materials including non-metallic fuels

proceedings of the conference held in Prague,1-5 July, 1963.

by International Atomic Energy Agency.

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Published by I.A.E.A. in Vienna .
Written in English


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As noted in Chapter 2, the basic unit operations for electrometallurgical processing of spent nuclear fuel are the same as those for the IFR changes were incorporated to allow the introduction of feed streams other than metallic fuel, and further modifications of the flow sheet have been proposed for the addition of excess weapons plutonium as a potential feed stream. Substitutability of Electricity and Renewable Materials for Fossil Fuels in a Post-Carbon Economy. Non-metallic minerals 0 0 0

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