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Number: 976/DIG.93
Name: Nuclear technology > Reactor fuel elements and their assemblies; selection of substances for use as reactor fuel elements [g21c-3/00] > Selection of substances for use as reactor fuel [g21c-3/42] > Solid reactor fuel; pellets made of fissile material [g21c-3/58]
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Sub-classes under this class:

Class Number Class Name Patents
976/DIG.95 Ceramic fuel [g21c-3/62] 25
976/DIG.94 Metallic fuel; intermetallic dispersions [g21c-3/60] 7


Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
4396560 Process for the continuous removal of undesirable components of solid particles by a solvent applied in counterflow Aug. 2, 1983
4382910 Process and apparatus for the continuous removal of undesirable components of solid particles by a solvent applied in counterflow May. 10, 1983
4344912 Method of increasing the deterrent to proliferation of nuclear fuels Aug. 17, 1982
4304742 Process for the continuous removal of undesirable components of solid particles by a solvent applied in counterflow Dec. 8, 1981
4186050 Nuclear reactors Jan. 29, 1980
4059539 (U,Zr)N alloy having enhanced thermal stability Nov. 22, 1977
3949027 Manufacturing process for improved nuclear fuel tablets Apr. 6, 1976











 
 
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