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Tutorial EE: Analysis of Radioactive Nuclear Materials 
November 30, 2014   1:30pm - 5:00pm

The tutorial will provide an introduction for those who are new to the topic, or are looking to move into nuclear materials science, and update attendees who may not be fully aware of some of the new techniques available.

The characterization of radioactive materials is vital not only to understand how materials containing radioactive isotopes are formed and behave, but also how they can be improved. The analysis of the radioactive materials is not limited to spent fuel science but is applicable to the complete fuel cycle, including analysis of reactor materials.

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