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nucleonics

the branch of physics concerned with the applications of nuclear energy

nucleonics

[‚nü·klē′än·iks]
(engineering)
The technology based on phenomena of the atomic nucleus such as radioactivity, fission, and fusion; includes nuclear reactors, various applications of radioisotopes and radiation, particle accelerators, and radiation-detection devices.
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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.
55) "Areva, Westinghouse-MHI Submit Bids for New Reactors for China," Nucleonics Week, March 3, 2005, p.
See Mark Hibbs, "IAEA Explores Iran's Intentions, Minus Evidence of Weapons Drive," Nucleonics Week, February 13, 1992.
Based on Nucleonics Week(2) information for September 1998, all reporting countries with nuclear capacity generated 193.
Personal eyewash bottles are required and must be accessible in the vicinity of nucleonics and the secondary sample sink.
Based on Nucleonics Week(2) information for July 1998, all reporting countries with nuclear capacity generated 199.
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.
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.