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physics

 [fiz´iks]
the study of the laws and phenomena of nature, especially of forces and general properties of matter and energy.
nuclear physics the study of atomic nuclei and their reactions.

nucleonics

the study of nucleons or of atomic nuclei and their reactions; nuclear physics.
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The Nucleonics Week story explained that the French company Areva "has uranium conversion-related technology and equipment that could decontaminate Iran's LEU.
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In addition, there should be personal eyewash bottles (NSN 6515-01-393-0728 or 6540-01-353-9946) readily available at or near nucleonics and secondary analysis stations.
Based on Nucleonics Week(2) information for February 1998, all reporting countries with nuclear capacity generated 194.
Based on Nucleonics Week(2) information for December 1997, all reporting countries with nuclear capacity generated 214 gross terawatthours (one terawatthour equals 1 billion kilowatthours) of nuclear-generated electricity.
Fitzgerald served as Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Nucleonics, Inc.
based on Nucleonics Week(2) information for November 1997, all reporting countries with nuclear capacity generated 197 gross terawatthours (one terawatthour equals I billion kilowatthours) of nuclear-generated electricity.
The Nucleonics IP estate includes over 100 active patent filings, including 16 that have granted worldwide and 6 that have been granted in the U.
Based on Nucleonics Week(2) information for October 1997, all reporting countries with nuclear capacity generated 189 gross terawatthours (one terawatthour equals I billion kilowatthours) of nuclear-generated electricity.
based on Nucleonics Week(2) information for July 1997, all reporting countries with nuclear capacity generated 195 gross terawatthours (one terawatthour equals 1 billion kilowatthours) of nuclear-generated electricity.
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Based on Nucleonics Week(2) information for June 1997, all reporting countries with nuclear capacity generated 182 gross terawatthours (one terawatthour equals 1 billion kilowatthours) of nuclear-generated electricity.