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enrich

The process of making a fuel-air mixture richer by increasing the ratio of fuel in the mixture.
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In July, the IAEA said Iran exceeded both a 202.8-kg limit on its enriched uranium stock and its 3.67% cap on the fissile purity to which it is allowed to refine uranium.
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Spokesman Behrus Kamalwandi said Iran had a need for enriched uranium of 5% at a southern nuclear reactor and 20% for a reactor in Tehran.
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So there are a lot of concerns out there that Iran can hopefully now address, in this new phase, both at the P5+1 [talks between Tehran and six world powers] and with the IAEA," former IAEA deputy director Olli Heinonen said, confirming a report released last week by the Washington-based Institute for Science and International Security, which stated Iran could muster enough uranium for a bomb by converting all of its 20% enriched stockpile within 1 to 1.6 months.
Scientists believe the ability to enrich uranium to around 20 percent purity would easily be used to produce weapons-grade uranium, which requires a purity of over 90 percent.
The Obama administration is considering the possibility of allowing Tehran to enrich uranium up to a concentration of five percent if Iran agrees to let international inspectors carry out sustained and comprehensive control over their nuclear program, Los Angeles Times reported.
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in April, they told us that Iran would send 1,200 kilograms of its low-enriched uranium to us and then they would send back 120 kilograms of enriched uranium to Iran via Turkey.
We do not believe they have the capability to enrich to the degree to which they now say they are enriching."