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Nuclear Chemistry

Argonne maintains a wide-ranging science and technology portfolio that seeks to address complex challenges in interdisciplinary and innovative ways. Below is a list of all articles, highlights, profiles, projects, and organizations related specifically to nuclear chemistry.

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  • Low-Energy Accelerator Facility (LEAF)

    Argonne’s 50 MeV/25 kW electron linear accelerator can produce a wide range of useful radioisotopes for medical, national security, basic science and industrial applications.
  • Andrew T. Breshears

    Early Career Professional in Nuclear Security, Safeguards, and Nonproliferation.
  • Chemical and Fuel Cycle Technologies

    The Chemical and Fuel Cycle Technologies Division, as world experts on the nuclear fuel cycle, develop and qualify fuels and innovative fuel processes and model complex nuclear materials and facilities.
  • Mark A. Williamson

    Mark A. Williamson is responsible for the nuclear chemical engineering programs in Argonne’s Chemical & Fuel Cycle Technologies Division.
  • Nicholas A. Smith

    Nonproliferation research for enrichment and reprocessing facilities. General actinide chemistry and spectroscopy.
  • Amanda J. Youker

    Amanda Youker is a chemist and manages the Radiochemistry group within Argonne’s Chemical and Fuel Cycle Technologies Division.
  • Donald G. Graczyk

    Donald Graczyk is a chemist in the Analytical Chemistry Laboratory in Argonne’s Chemical and Fuel Cycle Technologies Division.
  • William L. Ebert

    William Ebert is a chemist and manages the Pyroprocess & Waste Form Development group within Argonne’s Chemical and Fuel Cycle Technologies Division.