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Number: 976/DIG.157
Name: Nuclear technology > Sheilding structurally associated with the reactor [g21c-11/00] > Biological sheilding; neutron and gamma shielding [g21c-11/02] *** (in general dig. 319+) > Characterized by the form or by the material [g21c-11/02f]
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Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
5763735 Monitored retrievable storage of plutonium and nuclear toxic waste Jun. 9, 1998
5498825 Plutonium and nuclear toxic waste storage depot and method Mar. 12, 1996
4797247 Thermal insulation of nuclear reactor Jan. 10, 1989
4530813 Modular reactor head shielding system Jul. 23, 1985
4514640 Radiation shielding structures Apr. 30, 1985
4432932 Reactor head shielding system Feb. 21, 1984
4274922 Nuclear reactor shield including magnesium oxide Jun. 23, 1981
4126515 Nuclear reactor cavity streaming shield Nov. 21, 1978
4104354 Method for assembling by adhesion with synthetic resins Aug. 1, 1978
4090087 Radiation shield for nuclear reactors May. 16, 1978
3975233 Neutronic reactor Aug. 17, 1976











 
 
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