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Production of Magnox and AGR fuel from "yellow cake": Chemistry of the steps involved in the operations at the Springfields plant (UK). Lepton numbers for the leptons will be given in the data booklet Up (u), down (d) and strange (s) quarks only. The neutrino has little or no mass and is uncharged, but, like the photon, it carries momentum and energy. The latter four radioisotopes create difficulties during eventual demolition of the reactor, and affect the extent to which materials can be recycled.

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