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Boris M. Andreev, Yuriy A. Sakharovsky, Michael B. Rozenkevich, Eldar P. Magomedbekov, Yuriy S. Park, Vadim V. Uborskiy, Veniamin D. Trenin, Ivan A. Alekseev, Oleg A. Fedorchenko, Sergeiy P. Karpov, Kir A. Konoplev
Fusion Science and Technology
Volume 28 / Number 3P1 / October 1995 / Pages 515-518
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The paper presents the results of more than a year of running a pilot setup for separation of hydrogen isotopes using catalytic isotopic exchange between hydrogen and liquid water. The setup is 5 m high, has the inner diameter of 28 mm, and is equipped with upper and lower reflux devices. The experimental values of HETP vary from 15 cm at T=333 K to 38 cm at T=293 K. The setup is capable of upgrading diluted heavy water with 85–90% deuterium content up to [D2O] ≥ 99.95 at.%, yielding daily 4 kg of the product. We also report on the progress in constructing a similar setup for eliminating tritium and an industrial setup, for which the one reported is a prototype.
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