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BS ISO 26062:2010 Nuclear technology. Nuclear fuels. Procedures for the measurement of elemental impurities in uranium- and plutonium-based materials by inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry

BS ISO 26062:2010

Nuclear technology. Nuclear fuels. Procedures for the measurement of elemental impurities in uranium- and plutonium-based materials by inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry

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Standard number:BS ISO 26062:2010
Pages:32
Released:2010-10-31
ISBN:978 0 580 55786 6
Status:Standard
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BS ISO 26062:2010


This standard BS ISO 26062:2010 Nuclear technology. Nuclear fuels. Procedures for the measurement of elemental impurities in uranium- and plutonium-based materials by inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry is classified in these ICS categories:
  • 27.120.30 Fissile materials and nuclear fuel technology

This International Standard specifies a procedure for the determination of trace impurities in uranium- or plutonium-based, or mixed uranium- and plutonium-based, materials by inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS). It provides both guidelines and specific options for the determination of an element or group of elements.

It is applicable to solutions such as uranyl or plutonium nitrate, solids such as the oxides and to mixed actinide materials such as unirradiated mixed oxide material in either solid or dissolved forms. It is not directly suitable for the analysis of uranium or plutonium matrices containing significant quantities of other elements such as uranium–gadolinium mixtures. It may nevertheless form the basis of a process for analysing this type of matrix, provided that the impact of the gadolinium component is ascertained.