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From: "Sir Charles W. Shults III"
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Subject: Re: eer
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Date: Wed, 30 Oct 2002 00:52:05 GMT
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AVLIS would allow us to separate out different materials without resorting
to chemical methods. It would theoretically be much cleaner and have far less
radioactive chemical waste left once the separation is done.
Then you can throw away or recycled whatever you wish, retaining the really
nasty isotopes for use in Phoenix style reactors, industrial processes, or
whatever. There is a market for pure radioisotopes which could be extracted
from nuclear waste.
any would be put to use immediately.
Other materials for which a market might not exist could be selectively
bombarded with neutrons in existing reactors to speed the decay process.
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