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BS EN ISO 24459:2023 Determination of uranium content in samples coming from the nuclear fuel cycle by L-absorption edge spectrometry

BS EN ISO 24459:2023

Determination of uranium content in samples coming from the nuclear fuel cycle by L-absorption edge spectrometry

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Standard number:BS EN ISO 24459:2023
Pages:20
Released:2023-08-21
ISBN:978 0 539 25399 3
Status:Standard

BS EN ISO 24459:2023 - Determination of Uranium Content in Samples Coming from the Nuclear Fuel Cycle by L-Absorption Edge Spectrometry

Introducing the BS EN ISO 24459:2023, a comprehensive guide and standard for the determination of uranium content in samples derived from the nuclear fuel cycle. This standard employs the cutting-edge technique of L-absorption edge spectrometry, ensuring the most accurate and reliable results.

Released on 21st August 2023, this standard is the latest in the field, incorporating the most recent advancements and updates. With a total of 20 pages, it provides a detailed and thorough approach to uranium content determination, making it an indispensable resource for professionals in the nuclear industry.

Key Features

The BS EN ISO 24459:2023 standard offers a host of features that make it a must-have for anyone involved in the nuclear fuel cycle:

  • Comprehensive Coverage: The standard covers all aspects of uranium content determination, providing a complete understanding of the process.
  • Latest Techniques: It incorporates the use of L-absorption edge spectrometry, a state-of-the-art technique known for its accuracy and reliability.
  • Up-to-Date Information: Released in 2023, the standard includes the most recent advancements and updates in the field.
  • Easy to Understand: Despite its technical nature, the standard is written in a clear and concise manner, making it easy to understand even for those new to the field.

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The BS EN ISO 24459:2023 standard comes with the following details:

  • Standard Number: BS EN ISO 24459:2023
  • Pages: 20
  • Released: 2023-08-21
  • ISBN: 978 0 539 25399 3
  • Name: Determination of Uranium Content in Samples Coming from the Nuclear Fuel Cycle by L-Absorption Edge Spectrometry
  • Status: Corrigendum

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BS EN ISO 24459:2023


This standard BS EN ISO 24459:2023 Determination of uranium content in samples coming from the nuclear fuel cycle by L-absorption edge spectrometry is classified in these ICS categories:
  • 27.120.30 Fissile materials and nuclear fuel technology
This document specifies a method for the determination of uranium concentrations in nitric acid or TBP-DILUANT (for example TBP-kerosene) solutions coming from the nuclear fuel cycle. The method is applicable — for process control of solutions, free of suspension, which contain between 10 g/l to 300 g/l uranium, and — for high accuracy purposes (Safeguards) to nitric acid solutions, free of suspension, which contain between 100 g/l and 220 g/l uranium.