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Tiris project produces first yellowcake

24 mei 2019

The first samples of uranium oxide product have been produced from ore from Aura Energy's Tiris mine in Mauritania, West Africa. The yellowcake samples were produced during test work at the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation's laboratories.

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Bron: World Nuclear News
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