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The two-character ISO 3166 country code for THAILAND.

TH

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Kingdom of Thailand. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Thai bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Thailand. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Thailand. Each Thai province has its own numeric code with the prefix "TH." For example, the code for the Province of Bangkok is ISO 3166-2:TH-10. The exception to this is the Province of Pattaya, which has a geocode of ISO 3166-2:TH-S.
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There are potential long term waste management benefits by implementing a thorium closed fuel cycle versus a closed Uranium fuel cycle.
Some say it is because thorium does not produce the isotopes required to manufacture nuclear weapons, others that it is vested business interests in the status quo.
A thorium reactor is different; this radical new technology could be the key to unlocking a new generation of clean and safe nuclear power.
The ability of BP to remove thorium from SSAS in fixed bed column of continuous mode at various parameters which are pH's of SSAS of thorium (pH), height bed of adsorbent media BP (h), flow rates of SSAS (F), SSAS temperature ([T.
for the needed construction of the Institute's administrative offices and Labs in Windhoek, and to acquire the required equipment for the chemical analysis, HPLC, element analyzers, and chemistry analyzers for the planning and designing of a skeleton model for the Thorium Reactor as well small labs to conduct and do ThCl4 and other scientific experiments.
5 times more thorium than our Sun, said Ohio State doctoral student Cayman Unterborn.
The Japanese utility Chubu Electric Power Company has established a nuclear safety research and development centre and research will include thorium as one of future possible energy resources.
Thorium has a variety of applications, it is a silvery white metal, retains its lustre for several months, slowly tarnishes in air becomes grey and finally black.
Moreover, India is blessed with the rare, and very important, nuclear fuel of the future - Thorium.
Thorium is a more abundant material, and a ton of it can produce as much energy as 200 tons of uranium or 3.
SIR - Your correspondent Nigel Baker is quite wrong to suggest that a thorium nuclear reactor would need Uranium 233 (Letters, June 22).