ceramic reactor

ceramic reactor

[sə′ram·ik rē′ak·tər]
(nucleonics)
A nuclear reactor in which the fuel and moderator assemblies are made from high-temperature-resistant ceramic materials such as metal oxides, carbides, or nitrides.
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Corning's new ceramic reactor can provide significant performance benefits to chemical manufacturing through its exceptional combination of high flow throughput and thermal heat transfer.