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TitleInvestigation of the Photochemical Method for Uranium Isotope Separation
Author(s)Urey, H. C.
Publication DateJuly 10, 1943
Report NumberA-750
Unique IdentifierACC0367
Other Numbers2CR-135; OSTI ID: 4367966
Research OrgColumbia University, New York. Division of War Research
Other InformationManhattan Project; Declassified Dec. 8, 1955
SubjectPhysics; Isotope Separation; Photochemistry; Uranium Isotopes
KeywordsChemistry
Related Web PagesHarold Urey, Deuterium, Cosmochemistry, Studies of the Origin of Life, and Theory of Earth's Evolution
AbstractTo find a process for successful photochemical separation of isotopes several conditions have to be fulfilled. First, the different isotopes have to show some differences in the spectrum. Secondly, and equally important, this difference must be capable of being exploited in a photochemical process. Parts A and B outline the physical and chemical conditions, and the extent to which one might expect to find them fulfilled. Part C deals with the applicability of the process.
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