Purex and Pyro are Not the Same, by William H. Hannum, Gerald E. Marsh and George S. Stanford

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In the early days of civilian nuclear power, it was assumed that PUREX -- an aqueous reprocessing method that was used in weapons programs to produce plutonium of the chemical purity needed for bombs -- would be suitable for recycling ...
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