Fission products

Definición:

Fission products

Fission products forma parte de las siguientes categorías:

Nuclear material; Nuclear materials
Nuclear material refers to uranium, plutonium and thorium in any form, according to the IAEA
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Nuclear chemistry
Nuclear chemistry is a subfield of chemistry dealing with radioactivity, nuclear processes and nuclear properties
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merchandise; product; ware
commodities offered for sale
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subcategorías de Fission products:

Nucleon pair breaking in fission
Nucleon pair breaking in fission has been an important topic in nuclear physics for decades
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Long-lived fission product; Long-lived fission products; LLFP
Long-lived fission products are radioactive materials with a long half-life (more than 200,000 years) produced by nuclear fission.
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Europium-155; Eu-155
Europium-155 is a radioisotope or Europium and fission product with a halflife of 4.76 years
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Cadmium-113m; Cd-113m
Cadmium-113m is a Cadmium radioisotope and nuclear isomer with a halflife of 14.1 years
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Tin-121m; Sn-121m
Tin-121m is a radioisotope and nuclear isomer of tin with a halflife of 43.9 years
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Tin-126; Sn-126
Tin-126 is a radioisotope of tin and one of only 7 long-lived fission products
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Selenium-79; Se-79
Selenium-79 is a radioisotope of selenium present in spent nuclear fuel and the wastes resulting from reprocessing this fuel
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Palladium-107; Pd-107
Palladium-107 is the second longest lived (halflife of 6.5 million years) and least radioactive of the 7 long-lived fission products
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Ruthenium-106; Ru-106
Ruthenium-106 has a halflife of 373.59 days and a fission product with a yield of 0.3912%
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Caesium-135; Cesium-135; Cs-135
Caesium-135 is one of the isotopes of caesium
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Iodine-129
Iodine-129 (I) is long-lived radioisotope of iodine which occurs naturally, but also is of special interest in the monitoring and effects of man-made nuclear fission decay products, where it serves as both tracer and potential radiological contaminant.
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Samarium-151; Sm-151
Sm is a radioisotope of samarium with a half-life of 90 years, undergoing low-energy beta decay, and has a fission product yield of 0.4203% for thermal neutrons and U-235, about 39% of Sm-149's yield
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Technetium-99
Technetium-99 (Tc) is an isotope of technetium which decays with a half-life of 211,000 years, emitting soft beta rays but no gamma rays, and has a fission product yield of 6.0507% for thermal neutron fission of uranium-235
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Zirconium-93; Zr-93
Zr is a radioisotope of zirconium with a half life of 1.53 million years, decaying with a low-energy beta particle to Niobium-93m, which decays with a halflife of 14 years and a low-energy gamma ray to ordinary Nb
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Xenon-135; Xe-135
Xenón-135
Xe is an unstable isotope of xenon with a half-life about 9.2 hours
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Samarium-149; Sm-149
Sm is a stable isotope of samarium, and a fission product (yield 1.0888%) which is a neutron-absorbing nuclear poison with significant effect on nuclear reactor operation
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Caesium-134; Cs-134
Caesium-134 has a half-life of 2.0652 years
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Promethium-147; Pm-147
Promethium-147 is one of the isotopes of promethium, with a half-life of 2.62 years, and is a fission product from nuclear reactors via beta decay from neodymium-147
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strontium 90; Strontium-90; Sr-90
Strontium-90 (Sr) is a radioactive isotope of strontium, with a half life of 28.8 years.
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Fission products (by element); Fission products
Krypton-85 is formed by the fission process with a fission yield of about 0.3%
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