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a generic term which covers both GOODS and SERVICES. Final products are goods and services which are purchased by consumers, while intermediate products are goods and services which are used by producers as factor inputs in producing other goods and services. See MARKETING MIX.

product

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This cycle is potentially much cheaper than conventional Pu separation and recycle into LWRs, since relatively simple steps can be used to remove only the fission products from the spent fuel.
Its graphite burned for ten days, pouring fission products directly into the stratosphere.
The heat in the cavity comes from two sources, that is, the decay power from fission products (FP) and the chemical reaction taking place in the melt.
Additional factors that have to be taken into account include how the radioactive elements are distributed (whether uniformly or concentrated in a "sunken layer" at the core-mantle boundary), variations due to radioactive elements in the local geology (in KamLAND's case, less than 10 percent of the expected flux), antineutrinos from fission products, and how neutrinos oscillate as they travel through the crust and mantle.
However, even though the fission process has stopped, the fission products and other radioactive isotopes in the reactor core continue to generate significant heat through radioactive decay.
HIGH MILK CONTAMINATION FROM NUCLEAR ACCIDENTS--Radioactive contamination of milk is likely to be "the most widespread hazard" resulting from a nuclear accident or explosion depositing fission products on agricultural land, according to recent studies in England reported in a forthcoming issue of Nature.
Topics include extracting radioactive elements by calixarenes, the simultaneous removal of radionuclides by extractant mixtures, the radiolysis of solvents used in nuclear fuel reprocessing, automating extraction chromagraphic and ion-exchange separations for radiochemical analysis and monitoring, and neoteric solvents as the basis for alternative approaches to separating actinides and fission products.
Radiation research in the petroleum sector has been conducted for over five decades with a wide variety of radiation sources explored as potent energy sources including gamma-ray, fission products, electrons and neutrons.
However, Van Uffelen notes "despite promising results for the behaviour of fission products in UO2, and a better understanding of the basic phenomena, it is still too ambitious to conceive a fuel performance code based solely on fundamental computations.
In fact, between May 2 and May 8, 1986, the cloud passed over the UK twice, but fission products from the reactor explosion were deposited mainly on those areas where rain had fallen while the cloud was passing over - the northwest of England, North Wales, and south-west Scotland.
It's the U-235 atom that actually splits in two--that's fission, which releases heat and fission products.