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- The symbol for the element zirconium.
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- n. Symbol for zirconium.
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- In chem., the symbol for zirconium.
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- n. a lustrous grey strong metallic element resembling titanium; it is used in nuclear reactors as a neutron absorber; it occurs in baddeleyite but is obtained chiefly from zircon
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Fuel is a uranium-zirconium (U-Zr) alloy with 13% uranium enrichment (or uranium-plutonium-zirconium with 11% plutonium) with a 15-20 year life.
Here, the center portion of each assembly is 155 mm across and holds the seed material consisting of metallic plutonium-zirconium (Pu-Zr) alloy (Pu is about 10% of alloy, and isotopically over 90% 239Pu) as 108 twisted tricorn-section rods 12.75 mm across with Zr-1%Nb cladding (Nb = Niobium).
In a typical zirconium ore, there is a Zr: Hf ratio of about 50: 1.
Zirconium (Zr) is a grayish-white, metallic element with an atomic number of 40.
Temperature of the granitic magma, by whole-rock Zr geothermometry, was 875±25°C.
"Very preliminary prospecting and sampling of a few of the REE (rare earth element) targets in the PHS district indicate that this district is highly prospective for Zr, Y, Nb and U as well as REEs," it said.
Zd, i is the ith elevation value measured on the DTM surface; Zr, i is the corresponding original elevation; n is the number of elevation points checked.
As well there have been significant historical assays returned for Zirconium (Zr), Yttrium (Y), Niobium (Nb), Cerium
Here, we show that when reduced to 100 nm, Zr-based metallic glass nanopillars attain ceramic-like strengths (2.25 %) simultaneously.
, 89Zr-DFO-trastuzumab represents one of the most promising radiotracers for non-invasive immunoPET measurements of HER2/neu expression in vivo.