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In Search of the Big Bang's Energy

... ordinary coal as the raw material emits in the air, together with fly ash, over 500 kilograms of uranium per year; whereas the Angarsk Electrolysis Chemical Complex emits not more than 15 kilograms of uranium per year Air which contacts within the plant with any sources of uranium is collected by a high-power centralized ventilation system and directed to special absorption towers where uranium is removed. Polluted air at first contacts saw dust placed on special shelves where this dust is continuously ...

Modified: 25.10.2007
uranium , AECC , isotope , plant , chemical complex , uranium hexafluoride , USSR , nuclear weapons
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Plant # 820

The Angarsk Electrolysis Chemical Complex (AECC) yielded its first product — enriched uranium-235 — on October 21, 1957. This day is considered the birthday of AECC. Till the mid-1980s, the plant belonged to the system of military defence of the USSR, it took part in the production of “military” enriched uranium used in atomic bombs, forged the atomic shield of our Motherland. However, in the second half of the 1980s, the Complex was ...

Modified: 25.10.2007
uranium , uranium enrichment , nuclear power industry , plant , plant construction
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