The quantity contained in a cask.
the quantity a cask will hold
a cylindrical container that holds liquids
a mobile durable container constructed of concrete and steel for storing used CANDU fuel bundles
A container for shipping spent nuclear fuel or high-level radioactive waste. Code of Federal Regulations (CFR): The CFR contains Federal regulations covering various activities including transportation and storage of spent fuel. Containment: The confinement of radioactive materials within a vessel or structure. Cosmic Radiation: Energetic particles and rays from space that strike the Earth at nearly the speed of light. Curie: A unit of radioactive decay; equal to 37 billion disintegrations per second; (roughly equivalent to the activity of 1 gram of radium). Abbreviated Ci. Decay Product: The isotope produced by the decay of a radioactive isotope. See Decay Chain Chart Dosimeter: A device, worn by persons working around radioactive material, which indicates the dose of radiation to which they have been exposed. Electromagnetic Spectrum: The complete range of frequencies of electromagnetic waves from the lowest to the highest, including radio infrared, visible light, ultraviolet, X-ray, gamma ray, and cosmic ray waves. Electron: A subatomic particle with a negative charge. The electron circles the nucleus of an atom.
A thick-walled container (usually lead) used to transport radioactive material. Also called a coffin.
A heavily shielded massive container for holding nuclear materials during shipment.
The container name used for storing REAL ALES or CONDITIONED ALES.