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Number: 376/180
Name: Induced nuclear reactions: processes, systems, and elements > Nuclear transmutation (e.g., by means of particle or wave energy) > By neutron bombardment > Actinides > Formation of uranium isotopes
Description: Subject matter wherein the neutron bombardment of the actinide material results in the production of uranium isotopes.










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Class Number Class Name Patents
376/181 Uranium 233 8


Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7151815 Nonintrusive method for the detection of concealed special nuclear material Dec. 19, 2006
5812621 Reactor core for a light water cooled reactor, fuel assembly and control rod Sep. 22, 1998
5076971 Method for enhancing alpha decay in radioactive materials Dec. 31, 1991
4344912 Method of increasing the deterrent to proliferation of nuclear fuels Aug. 17, 1982
4008411 Production of 14 MeV neutrons by heavy ions Feb. 15, 1977











 
 
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