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Number: 376/200
Name: Induced nuclear reactions: processes, systems, and elements > Nuclear transmutation (e.g., by means of particle or wave energy) > By charged particle bombardment > Deuteron bombardment > Wherein the reaction product is an actinide or transuranium element
Description: Subject matter wherein the deuteron bombardment of the material produces an element of atomic number 89 or greater.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6680993 Method of producing Actinium-225 and daughters Jan. 20, 2004
6359952 Target grid assembly Mar. 19, 2002
5499276 Method for minor actinide nuclides incineration Mar. 12, 1996
4744938 Method and apparatus for producing ultralowmass fissionable deposits for reactor neutron dosimetry by recoil ion-implantation May. 17, 1988











 
 
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