Definition of Transuranics
1. transuranic [n] - See also: transuranic
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Literary usage of Transuranics
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Proceedings of the Workshop on Pyrochemical Separations: Avignon, France, 14 by European Commission, OECD Nuclear Energy Agency (2001)
"Uranium removal is important for two reasons: it eliminates a fertile constituent that could breed more transuranics if fed to the transmuter, ..."
2. Physics of Plutonium Recycling: A Report by SourceOECD (Online service) (1995)
"Fresh assemblies are fuelled with a mixture of transuranics from LWR spent fuel (see Table 3) and depleted uranium; the enrichment requirement for an ..."
3. Assessing Potential Ocean Pollutants: A Report of the Study Panel on by Ocean Affairs Board (1975)
"In either case, surface- injected transuranics ultimately reach the benthic ocean environment. Thus, there is considerable geochemical and biologice ..."
4. Trends in the Nuclear Fuel Cycle: Economic, Environmental and Social Aspects by OECD Nuclear Energy Agency, Nea (2001)
"As most of the transuranics become fissionable in fast neutron spectra. the transuranics also contribute to the energy production while less of them will go ..."
5. Technology for U. S. Industry from Department of Energy Laboratories: Near (1993)
"... and pose no more risk than natural uranium ores transuranics. however, ... from the uranium and transuranics. These f'ansuran;cs readily burn (fission) ..."