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Nuclear raw materials. Knowledge status after the Geneva conference (September 1958); Les matieres premieres nucleaires. Etat des connaissances apres la conference de Geneve (Septembre 1958)

Abstract

The authors propose a synthesis of the numerous contributions presented at the Geneva conference. They first address deposits: uranium deposits (studies on uranium geochemistry and metallogeny, descriptions of various deposit types such as those associated with sedimentary layers or tectonic structures or petrographic types), thorium deposits, beryllium deposits, zirconium deposits. A second part addresses research methods and equipment: descriptive mineralogical studies, analytic physical or chemical methods, analytic field methods, isotope analysis, prospecting methods (geochemical techniques, radiometry, geophysical methods, general remarks on prospecting methods, organization of prospecting operations, and techniques of deep prospecting). The third part addresses the issues of reserves and resources: definitions, assessment techniques, geographical distribution of reserves and resources. The fourth part addresses the exploitation: quarries, underground exploitation, measures for personnel protection. The fifth part addresses ore concentration: determination of uranium ore and other raw material, concentration by physical means, ore concentration by chemical means, ore sampling, and plant monitoring and regulation. The last part addresses the economy of raw materials: uranium (cost price and production, and purchase and selling prices in different countries, world market in 1960 and on a longer term), thorium, beryllium, zirconium, lithium and helium.
Authors:
Lecoq, M.; Mabile, J.; [1]  Carrat, G.; [2]  Ginocchio, A.; [3]  Roques, E.; [4]  Waynbaum, M.; [5]  Chervet, J.; Branche, G.; Geffroy, J.; [6]  Le Goff, M. [7] 
  1. Direction des Recherches et Exploitations Minieres (France)
  2. Service Central des Recherches, Direction des Recherches et Exploitations Minieres (France)
  3. Service Central des Productions, Direction des Recherches et Exploitations Minieres (France)
  4. Service Concentration, Direction des Recherches et Exploitations Minieres (France)
  5. Service Developpement et Programmes Generaux, Direction des Recherches et Exploitations Minieres (France)
  6. Service de Mineralogie, Centre d'Etudes Nucleaires de Fontenay-aux-Roses (France)
  7. Secretariat technique de la Direction des Recherches et Exploitations Minieres (France)
Publication Date:
May 15, 1959
Product Type:
Conference
Report Number:
CEA-N-0261
Resource Relation:
Conference: International Conference on the peaceful use of atomic energy, Conference Internationale sur l'Utilisation Pacifique de l'Energie Atomique, Geneve (Switzerland), Sep 1958; Other Information: 543 refs.; Available from the INIS Liaison Officer for France, see the 'INIS contacts' section of the INIS website for current contact and E-mail addresses: http://www.iaea.org/inis/Contacts/
Subject:
11 NUCLEAR FUEL CYCLE AND FUEL MATERIALS; BERYLLIUM; CEA; EXPLORATION; HELIUM; LITHIUM; METALLOGRAPHY; MINING; ORE CONCENTRATES; ORE PROCESSING; PROSPECTING; RADIATION PROTECTION; RADIOACTIVE MINERALS; RESOURCE EXPLOITATION; RESOURCE POTENTIAL; THORIUM; THORIUM DEPOSITS; URANIUM; URANIUM DEPOSITS; URANIUM ORES; ZIRCONIUM
OSTI ID:
22306381
Research Organizations:
Commissariat a l'Energie Atomique - CEA, Direction des Recherches et Exploitations Minieres (France)
Country of Origin:
France
Language:
French
Other Identifying Numbers:
TRN: FR1403197012554
Availability:
Available from INIS in electronic form
Submitting Site:
INIS
Size:
217 page(s)
Announcement Date:
Feb 14, 2015

Citation Formats

Lecoq, M., Mabile, J., Carrat, G., Ginocchio, A., Roques, E., Waynbaum, M., Chervet, J., Branche, G., Geffroy, J., and Le Goff, M. Nuclear raw materials. Knowledge status after the Geneva conference (September 1958); Les matieres premieres nucleaires. Etat des connaissances apres la conference de Geneve (Septembre 1958). France: N. p., 1959. Web.
Lecoq, M., Mabile, J., Carrat, G., Ginocchio, A., Roques, E., Waynbaum, M., Chervet, J., Branche, G., Geffroy, J., & Le Goff, M. Nuclear raw materials. Knowledge status after the Geneva conference (September 1958); Les matieres premieres nucleaires. Etat des connaissances apres la conference de Geneve (Septembre 1958). France.
Lecoq, M., Mabile, J., Carrat, G., Ginocchio, A., Roques, E., Waynbaum, M., Chervet, J., Branche, G., Geffroy, J., and Le Goff, M. 1959. "Nuclear raw materials. Knowledge status after the Geneva conference (September 1958); Les matieres premieres nucleaires. Etat des connaissances apres la conference de Geneve (Septembre 1958)." France.
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title = {Nuclear raw materials. Knowledge status after the Geneva conference (September 1958); Les matieres premieres nucleaires. Etat des connaissances apres la conference de Geneve (Septembre 1958)}
author = {Lecoq, M., Mabile, J., Carrat, G., Ginocchio, A., Roques, E., Waynbaum, M., Chervet, J., Branche, G., Geffroy, J., and Le Goff, M.}
abstractNote = {The authors propose a synthesis of the numerous contributions presented at the Geneva conference. They first address deposits: uranium deposits (studies on uranium geochemistry and metallogeny, descriptions of various deposit types such as those associated with sedimentary layers or tectonic structures or petrographic types), thorium deposits, beryllium deposits, zirconium deposits. A second part addresses research methods and equipment: descriptive mineralogical studies, analytic physical or chemical methods, analytic field methods, isotope analysis, prospecting methods (geochemical techniques, radiometry, geophysical methods, general remarks on prospecting methods, organization of prospecting operations, and techniques of deep prospecting). The third part addresses the issues of reserves and resources: definitions, assessment techniques, geographical distribution of reserves and resources. The fourth part addresses the exploitation: quarries, underground exploitation, measures for personnel protection. The fifth part addresses ore concentration: determination of uranium ore and other raw material, concentration by physical means, ore concentration by chemical means, ore sampling, and plant monitoring and regulation. The last part addresses the economy of raw materials: uranium (cost price and production, and purchase and selling prices in different countries, world market in 1960 and on a longer term), thorium, beryllium, zirconium, lithium and helium.}
place = {France}
year = {1959}
month = {May}
}