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Plasma isotope separation methods

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2 Author(s)
Grossman, M.W. ; GTE Electr. Products, Danvers, MA, USA ; Shepp, T.A.

Six major types of isotope separation methods which involve plasma phenomena are discussed. These methods are: plasma centrifuge, AVLIS (atomic vapor laser isotope separation), ion wave, ICR (ion cyclotron resonance), calutron, and gas discharge. The plasma phenomena in these major categories are described. An attempt is made to include enough references so that a more detailed study or evaluation of a particular method could readily be pursued. A brief discussion of isotope separation using mass balance concepts is also included

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Plasma Science, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:19 ,  Issue: 6 )