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  • curprev 16:39, 22 January 2023Elie talk contribs 3,194 bytes +439
  • curprev 14:23, 22 January 2023Elie talk contribs 2,755 bytes +2,755 Created page with "Uranium occurs in nature as a mix of isotopes: uranium-235 (0.7%) and uranium-238 (99.3%). This proportion does not vary within the Earth's crust. * Today's nuclear reactors <small>(not breeder reactors)</small> can only get their energy from uranium-235 (U235). {{x|Technically the nuclear reactions are a bit more complex than that, but still limited by the scarcity of U235.}} * Breeder reactors can also get energy from the more abundant uranium-238 (U238). Breeder..."