The Institute for Transuranium Elements plans the purchase of a SQUID magnetometer for magnetic studies of actinide materials.
What does TRU stand for?
TRU stands for Transuranium
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We have 54 other meanings of TRU in our Acronym Attic
- Total Removed Urea (dialysis)
- Total Return Unitrust
- Toys R Us
- Traditional Rights and Usages
- Trans-Uranic Actinides
- Transformer Rectifier Unit
- Transitional Rehabilitation Unit
- Transmit Receive Unit
- Transmitter/Receiver Unit (cellular systems)
- Truckee (Amtrak station code; Truckee, CA)
- Trujillo, Peru - Trujillo (Airport Code)
- Turbidity Reducing Unit
- Total Room Ultraviolet Disinfector (Lumalier Corporation)
- Theater Reserve in Unit sets/Army Readiness Package South
- Three Rivers Underground Brewers (Pittsburgh, PA)
- Testable, Re-Usable Unit of Cognition (software)
- The Rice University Computer
- Transfer and Retention of Urban Community College Students
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from the Institute of Transuranium Elements in Karlsruhe, Germany, who supply valuable radioisotopes for the project.
9781607507796 High temperature thermodynamic studies on the transuranium oxides and their solid solutions.
One of the key locations for this process is Europe's leading civil nuclear research laboratory, the Institute for Transuranium Elements (ITU), in Karlsruhe, Germany.
It starts with introductory concepts (such as the atom and modern physical concepts), then describes nuclear properties, radioactive decay kinetics, radiotracers, nuclear forces, nuclear structures, alpha decay, beta decay, nuclear reactions, fission, nuclear reactions in nature such as in nuclear astrophysics, analytical applications of nuclear reactions, reactors and accelerators, the transuranium elements, nuclear reactor chemistry, interaction of radium with matter, radiation detectors and radiochemical techniques.
Neutron Physics at HFIR The High Flux Isotope Reactor  at Oak Ridge National Laboratory is an 85 MW "flux-trap" reactor designed for the production of transuranium isotopes.
As he has written elsewhere, Habashi notes that Ida Noddack (nee Tacke), who discovered rhenium in 1925 with her future husband Walter, criticized Fermi's article on the supposed and incorrect first discovery of a transuranium element (No.
Sarrao and his colleagues from Los Alamos, the University of Florida in Gainesville, and the European Commission's Institute for Transuranium Elements in Karlsruhe, Germany, describe the new superconductor in the Nov.