Separation of isotopes
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Statementby Heinz London.
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During the war years the techniques for electromagnetic separation of radioactive nuclides have made great progress. Ever since then further improvements have been accomplished to separate stable nuclides and in more recent years special attention has been given to the problem of separating radioactive nuclides, especially in con­ nection with spallation and high energy fission studies. Electromagnetic Separation of Radioactive Isotopes: Proceedings of the International Symposium Held in Vienna, May , Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. Edition by Michael J. Higatsberger (Editor), Franz P. Viehbock (Series Editor).   Since isotopes have exactly similar chemical properties, their separation by chemical means is out of question. Their difference in those physical properties which depend on the mass of the atom has been utilised to effect their separation. The methods commonly employed for the purpose are. the isotopes. This study explores the novel application of supersonic molecular beam studies as a viable candidate for separation of isotopes without the need for ionization or laser excitation. DOI: /PhysRevLett Proposals for separating and enriching isotopes came about almost immediately after isotopes were discovered.

@article{osti_, title = {Chemical separation of boron isotopes}, author = {Palko, A A}, abstractNote = {This is the final report of the research performed at ORNL on the chemical fractionation of boron isotopes between BF/sub 3/ gas and the liquid molecular addition compounds of BF/sub 3/. Thirty compounds were studied, ten of them in detail. Isotope separation is the process of concentrating specific isotopes of a chemical element by removing other isotopes. The use of the nuclides produced is various. The largest variety is used in research (e.g. in chemistry where atoms of "marker" nuclide are used to figure out reaction mechanisms). By tonnage, separating natural uranium into enriched uranium and depleted uranium is the largest.   Isotopes are variants of a particular chemical element which differ in neutron number. For example, hydrogen (1 H), deuterium (2 H) and tritium (3 H) are three isotopes of the same element. Isotope separation is a process of separating isotopes . Isotope effects are small and separation of mixtures of isotopes is correspondingly difficult. The theory of isotope separation is reviewed and necessary terminology introduced. Practical methods of isotope separation are discussed focusing on the fundamentals of multistage processes and cascade design.