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enriching

The addition of vitamins or minerals to a food (e.g., wheat), which may have been lost during processing.
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6, such as enriching to 20% or restarting mothballed centrifuges, machines that enrich uranium.
Critique: As thoughtful and thought-provoking as it is inspired and inspiring, "Enriching Our Vision of Reality: Theology and the Natural Sciences in Dialogue" is an extraordinarily informed and informative read from beginning to end.
Now if, as Albright suggests, Tehran cannot produce fuel for nuclear power plants, and if, as Gibbs suggests, Iran is not capable of enriching to 20 percent for fuel for its research reactor, is Ahmadinejad, in renouncing the bomb, making a virtue of necessity?
Iran has earlier informed the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) that it would start enriching uranium to 20 percent on Tuesday in the presence of the inspectors and observers from the agency.
watchdog on Monday that it would start enriching uranium to 20 percent from Tuesday.
Gernot Zippe, a German scientist, captured by the Russians, developed an efficient centrifuge for enriching uranium that was superior to the membrane diffusion methods used in the Manhattan Project.
Another, more troubling option is that Iran has a secret, undisclosed military program where it is enriching uranium to high levels.
West, who led the 1981 American Medical Research Expedition to Everest, has been studying the effects of enriching the working environments of people at high altitudes.
* 94,750 kilos of unenriched uranium inserted into centrifuges since Iran began enriching nine years ago.
Iranian experts produced the fuel rod for the Tehran research reactor in December after enriching uranium to the purity level of 20% and it took them almost a month to carry out the initial tests.
Tehran, May 26 (ANI): The International Atomic Energy Agency has found evidence at an underground bunker in Iran of scientists having moved closer to enriching uranium to the level needed to produce nuclear weapons.