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Published by Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Technical Information in Washington .
Written in English

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Statementby Jacques J. Weinstock ... [et al].
ContributionsWeinstock, Jacques J., United States Atomic Energy Commission. Division of Technical Information.
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Pagination5 microfiche (80 fr.) :
Number of Pages80
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Open LibraryOL14127932M

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Aug 28,  · At the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power station, seawater was urgently injected into the reactor core. Therefore a large amount of seawater containing highly radioactive fission products (FP) accumulated and its treatment has been a serious problem. FP such as Cs, Sr and I in water are generally removed by an ion exchanger such as zeolite and separated with column or chemical Cited by: 3. Electrophoretic focussing of ions was applied to the separation of the long-lived fission products Zr, Nb, Ru, Y, Ce, Sr and Cs. With hydrofluoric acid and nitrilotriacetic acid as the anodic and cathodic electrolytes respectively, a quantitative separation of Zr, Nb, Sr and Cs was obtained whereas Ru, Y and Ce did not focus by: 1. Fission product, in physics, any of the lighter atomic nuclei formed by splitting heavier nuclei (nuclear fission), including both the primary nuclei directly produced (fission fragments) and the nuclei subsequently generated by their radioactive fission fragments are highly unstable because of their abnormally large number of neutrons compared with protons; consequently they undergo. Basic nuclear physics, fission physics •Alpha, beta, gamma radioactivity •Implications of E=mc2 •Binding energy: fission v. fusion •Table of nuclides •Decay chains •Cross-sections •Details of fission and fusion •Neutron-rich property of large Z nuclides.

Define fission product. fission product synonyms, fission product pronunciation, fission product translation, English dictionary definition of fission product. n a nuclide produced either directly by nuclear fission or by the radioactive decay of such a nuclide Even if it were, the anti-nuclear activist, Sheldon Novick wrote of fission. When my nose was glued to a book; she was taking 18 credit hours and taking care of our son. radiochemical separation procedures were developed and evaluated on multiple sample types including samples containing fission products. Gamma spectrum of a fission product containing sample Figure 4. Cumulative fission yield for. The chemistry of the noble metal fission product, ruthenium is very complex due to the existence of many oxidation states in addition to forming a large number of co-ordination complexes. Membrane Extraction in Preconcentration of Some Uranium Fission Products. A group separation of the fission products is possible by the ELM technique and can be considered for their removal.