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The Nuclear Fuel Cycle: From Ore to Waste…

The Nuclear Fuel Cycle: From Ore to Waste (Oxford Science Publications)

by P. D. Wilson

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0198565402, Hardcover)

The subject of nuclear power is fraught with controversy, and it is often discussed with an inadequate understanding of the science behind today's reactor technology. This book covers the entire nuclear fuel cycle, from mining uranium ore to disposal of radioactive wastes. It is intended for a broad audience of nonspecialist readers. Basic principles are fully explained, and topics such as environmental radioactivity--both naturally occurring and man-made--and safety issues are explored. Anyone interested in the operation of today's nuclear power-generating plants will want to have a copy of this informative volume.

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