Development of Fabrication Technology and Studies into the Properties of Fuel Materials Containing Skeleton-Type Inert Diluent (Without U-238) to Utilize Weapon Grade and Civil Pu as well as Minor Actinides (Np, Am, Cm, etc.) in Power Reactors With Improv
Mixed Oxide Fuel (MOX) -Born in Plasma
The Exploration of the Immobilization Method of Alpha-Active Wastes in Chemically Stable Porous Composites
Synthesis and Application of Nano-Sized Powders in Combustion Synthesis and Surface Engineering Technologies
The Development of a Method for Fixation and Compaction of Radioactive High-Level Waste in Combustion Mode
Development of methods and Hardware of Remote Control for Nuclear Reactors Conservation Technology and Other Technologies Applied in Nuclear-Hazardous Industry
Feasibility Study for the Development and Introduction of Radiation-Safe Technology for Handling Radioactive Graphite of Channel-Type Reactors
Study of Fluorine Composition from KF·2HF Electrolysis and Analysis Development for Concentration Determination of Fluorine Impurities by Multidimensional Gas Chromatography and Infrared Fourier Spectroscopy
Fire Retardand /Heat Resistant Paint, Primer Insulation and Other Materials
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