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Synonyms for nucleonics

the branch of physics that studies the internal structure of atomic nuclei

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If the Nucleonics Week report is accurate (and there's some uncertainty among experts about how serious the contamination problem is), the Iranian nuclear program is in much worse shape than most analysts had realized.
According to Nucleonics Week, which published the story in late January, of 27 stations reporting their nuclear operations and maintenance costs, average production costs from 2010 through 2012 for North Anna and Surry were the lowest -- $16.
8 billion gross megawatt-hours (MWh), the Platts Nucleonics Week annual 2006 survey shows.
At a minimum, the industrial hygiene surveys for submarines recommend portable eye wash stations to be located at the secondary sample sink and in the close proximity of nucleonics.
Based on Nucleonics Week(2) information for May 1998, all reporting countries with nuclear capacity generated 189.
Personal eye wash bottles are required in the vicinity of nucleonics and at the secondary sample sink.
Based on Nucleonics Week(2) information for April 1998, all reporting countries with nuclear capacity generated 191.
Fitzgerald served as Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Nucleonics, Inc.
He is the former editor of Coal Outlook and Mine Regulation Reporter, and also worked as a reporter for Platt's nuclear and coal publications including Nucleonics Week/Nuclear Fuel and Coal Week.
Solution: Since there is no permanent eye/face wash unit in the engine room, there should be personal eye wash bottles (NSN 6640-01-065-9421) readily available near nucleonics and the secondary sample sink (at a minimum).
Based on Nucleonics Week(2) information for March 1998, all reporting countries with nuclear capacity generated 145.
The Nucleonics IP estate includes over 100 active patent filings, including 16 that have granted worldwide and 6 that have been granted in the U.
In addition, there should be personal eyewash bottles (NSN 6515-01-393-0728 or 6540-01-353-9946) readily available at or near nucleonics and secondary analysis stations.
Based on Nucleonics Week(2) information for February 1998, all reporting countries with nuclear capacity generated 194.
6,573,099, which is the subject of litigation Benitec brought against Nucleonics in March 2004.