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Economically optimum sweepdown criterion for chemical processing / by F. H. Tingey.

Main Author: Tingey, Fred H.
Language(s): English
Published: [Idaho Falls, Idaho] : Idaho Operations Office, U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, 1959
Subjects: Reactor fuel reprocessing > Safety measures.
Note: "Physics and Mathematics ; TID-4500 (15th Ed.)"--Cover.
"Phillips Petroleum Company, Atomic Energy Division, (Under Contract No. AT(10-1)-205)"--Cover.
"November 30, 1959"--Cover.
"This report is an unclassified revision of PTR-213 ("Minimum Diversion Risk Procedures in Processing Spent Reactor Fuel" by F.H. Tingey and F.P. Vance, May 16, 1957, AEC classified report) and is issued as an IDO at the request of the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission."
Physical Description: 18, [3] p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
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