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product

noun accomplishment, article, article of merchandise, article of trade, commodity, creation, crop, effect, emanation, end result, final outcome, fruit, handiwork, harvest, invention, issue, item, merchandise, offspring, opus, outcome, output, proceeds, produce, result, salable commodity, stock in trade, yield
Associated concepts: product defect, product patent, proddcts liability
See also: amount, conclusion, consequence, development, effect, invention, item, outcome, outgrowth, output, proceeds, result

product

in PRODUCT LIABILITY, any goods or electricity including any goods comprised in another product whether by virtue of being a component part or raw material or otherwise. ‘Goods’ is defined as including substances, growing crops and things comprised in land by virtue of being attached to it, and any ship, aircraft or vehicle.
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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.
Fission products are initially vaporised, rise to great heights in the atmosphere, condense, and fall back to the ground globally over months or years as 'global fallout.
Antineutrinos are produced not only in the decay of uranium, thorium, and potassium isotopes but in a variety of others, including fission products in nuclear power reactors.
About 3% of the mass of spent nuclear fuel consists of fission products including strontium-90.
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.