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Apr 11 – 14, 2022
Vienna International Center
Europe/Vienna timezone

The oxygen isotopes composition of uranium oxides in the nuclear fuel cycle as a new signature for process attribution

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Board Room A (Vienna International Center)

Board Room A

Vienna International Center

Oral 1.2 New Technologies, R&D and Signature Research in Nuclear Forensics Oral Session #7 – Signature Research on Isotopic Signatures and Age-Dating


Maor Assulin


Dear All,
Our work aims to expand the traditional nuclear forensics characterization techniques by measuring the oxygen isotopic composition of U3O8 to explore new isotope signatures for attribution. We investigated the effect of different syntheses conditions such as calcination time, temperature, and cooling rates, on the final oxygen isotopic composition of U3O8, produced from Uranium metal, Uranyl Nitrate Hydrate, and Uranium Trioxide as starting materials.
it will be our honor to present this work at this technical meeting on Nuclear Forensics.

Maor Assulin

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Dr Eyal Elish (NRCN) Dr Ruth Yam (WIS) Prof. Aldo Shemesh (WIS)

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