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Description: SEPARATORS. C. W. Sheridan, H. R. Gwinn, and L. O. Descriptions are given of procedures, techniques, and equipment used to prepare charge materials for electromagnetic isotope separators at ORNL. Data on ion outputs during processing, charge consumption rates, and process efficiencies are given for 54 elements. (auth)
Date: August 1, 1962
Creator: Sheridan, C W; Gwinn, H R & Love, L O
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Developments in the Centrifuge Separation Project

Description: Preface: The results of the work undertaken at the University of Virginia, the research laboratory at Westinghouse, and the Standard Oil Development Co. are reported in Parts I, II, and III, respectively, of this volume.
Date: 1951
Creator: Beams, Jesse W.; Hagg, A. C. & Murphree, E. V.
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Separation of Isotopes by Mass Diffusion - Unequal Diffusion Coefficients

Description: From summary: "Equations for determination of stage enrichment factor and screen area for the ideal case of 'zero back-pressure' are derived...Comparison with the theory of Benedict is made together with recommendations for application of his results for non-zero back pressure to the case under consideration."
Date: July 30, 1952
Creator: Keyes, J. J., Jr.
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Improvements to the helium-jet coupled on-line mass separator RAMA

Description: Some general improvements to the on-line mass separator RAMA have yielded a factor of five increase in yield for most elements. By placing the ion source region at the full accelerating potential of 20 kV, the effective skimmer-plasma distance has been reduced from 12 cm to <2 cm. Changes in the helium-jet chamber and large volume pumping arrangement necessitated by placing the ion source region at high voltage are also given. Finally, details for a new highly shielded detector station are presented.
Date: August 1, 1986
Creator: Bloennigen, F.B.; Moltz, D.M.; Lang, T.F.; Knoll, W.F.; Xu, X.; Hotchkis, M.A.C. et al.
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Description: Most methods of separating isotopes depend on the use of a large magnetic field. The isotron is an electromagnetic device for separating isotopes, but it effects the separation by the use of radiofrequency voltages instead of magnetic fields. It has the advantage that plane sources of large area can be used instead of the slit sources to which most magnetic methods are limited. Before entering into any discussion of the details, a simplified description of the principles of the method is given.
Date: July 30, 1950
Creator: Wilson, R.R.
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Description: To find a process for successful photochemical separation of isotopes several conditions have to be fulfilled. First, the different isotopes have to show some differences in the spectrum. Secondly, and equally important, this difference must be capable of being exploited in a photochemical process. Parts A and B outline the physical and chemical conditions, and the extent to which one might expect to find them fulfilled. Part C deals with the applicability of the process.
Date: July 10, 1943
Creator: Urey, H.C.
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