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Hello, please contact me, gerard young for uranium project.

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    Ralph |Owner / Principal

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Nuclear Fission

From a layman's perspective, i think i understand the process of controlled fission and how it supports elec power generation. The only part i can't seem to find information on is how the process actually starts. I see how the reactors controll the process and can even stop it. But when i look at how it starts, all i see is that a neutron has to bombard the plutonium or uranium to start the reaction/atom splitting. Does this just just occur naturally when the materials are in proximity or is there a device used to start the reaction afterwhich it is controlled by the nuclear plant mechanisms? Thanks walt

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Arms Manufacturing

On behalf of iraqi government to start feasibility study to establish factory to small arms and ammunition in iraq , i need to find consultant to start the process of such project. The project is looking for potential investors in such sector. Iraqi demand for small weapons and ammunition is very high as well government of iraq will insure buying the line of production on long term , so the return of investment is very good .

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Uranium Industry

We would like to set up a call with a uranium industry expert about cameco corporation (ccj). Ccj is the world’s second largest uranium producer, covering mining, refining, conversion & fuel manufacturing. We’d like to mainly cover these areas: 1. Situation in japan (restarting of shut down power plants post-fukushima) 2. Demand – supply gap of uranium: short-term and long-term outlook & market dynamics 3. Uranium market & the pricing – spot price vs. Lt price 4. Chinese nuclear program (construction plans, need for uranium, plans to become third-party-independent by operating their own mine) 5. Em overview & us nuclear market (shutting down some power plants – secular trend)? 6. Global energy mix and the role of nuclear energy – lt outlook 7. Industry trends (4th generation of nuclear reactors – efficacy & safety issues) 8. Cameco related questions – we would like to talk to someone who is familiar not only with the uranium market but with ccj itself. We want to get more color on their business model & ongoing tax litigation

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    Electrorefining

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    Contract Mining(africa, Australia & South America)

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    Weapon Oil Market

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    A weapons-grade substance is one that is pure enough to be used to make a weapon or has properties that make it suitable for weapons use. Only certain isotopes of uranium can be used in nuclear weapons. While uranium has uranium-233 (U-233) and uranium-235 (U-235). U-235 is made weapons-grade through isotopic enrichment. It only makes up 0.7% of natural uranium, with the rest being almost entirely uranium-238 (U-238).

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