enriched material

enriched material

[in′richt mə′tir·ē·əl]
(nucleonics)
Material in which the amount of one or more isotopes has been increased above that occurring in nature, such as uranium in which the abundance of 235U is increased.
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and its allies should most demand clarity -- in insisting on compliance by all sides with an agreement that caps Iran's centrifuges and stockpiles of enriched material for at least another decade.
In an interview conducted by American news channel CNBC in Davos, Switzerland, Kerry noted that "Iran was hurtling towards an unaccounted for, uninspected, full-fledged nuclear program with high levels of enrichment where they had enough enriched material to make 10 to 12 bombs.
There is no question that disposition of their stockpile is essential to ensuring the program is exclusively peaceful…The metric is ensuring the amount of material remaining as enriched material will only be what is necessary for a working stock and no more.
San Jorge is a PFS stage heap leach copper project with a planned open pit mine to extract oxide and enriched material.
All uranium enrichment above 5 percent is to be halted, and Iran's entire stockpile of 20 percent enriched material -- the potential feedstock for a "dash" to weapons-grade material -- is to be diluted or converted to a form not suitable for further enrichment.
All uranium enrichment above 5 percent is to be halted, and Iran's entire stockpile of 20 percent enriched material - the potential feedstock for a "dash" to weapons-grade material - is to be diluted or converted to a form not suitable for further enrichment.
Security Council's decisions so that uranium enrichment ends, centrifuges are dismantled, enriched material is taken out of Iran and the reactor in Arak is dismantled,'' Netanyahu said, referring to Iran's plutonium reactor under construction.
As far as Netanyahu is concerned, it must include three basic stipulations: Suspension of all uranium enrichment (which would mean all centrifuges must be dismantled); removal of existing enriched material from Iran; and decommissioning the plutonium production plant at Arak.
According to Araqchi, Iran will negotiate about the volume, levels and the methods of enrichment but shipping out the enriched material is a red line for the country.
They also want Iran to ship out its existing stockpile of 20-percent enriched material.
5% enriched material needed for energy-producing reactors.
The Israeli leader then reiterated three demands concerning the nuclear issue, "Freeze all enrichment inside Iran, remove all enriched material outside of Iran, and dismantle (uranium enrichment facility located in) Qom.