The removal and consolidation efforts have eliminated high security special nuclear materials from LLNL s Plutonium Facility, which is located in an area known as the Superblock.
What does NM stand for?
NM stands for Nuclear Materials
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We have 45 other meanings of NM in our Acronym Attic
- Normal Meter
- Northern Michigan
- Northwestern Memorial (Chicago, IL)
- Not Marked
- Not Meaningful
- Not Measured
- Not Much
- Nothing Much
- Notorious Monster (Final Fantasy XI gaming)
- Noyce and Moore (NM Electronics; pre-Intel Company named for founders Robert Noyce and Gordon Moore)
- Nuclear Medicine
- Nudist Meeting
- Nuestro Mundo (Spanish: Our World; various locations)
- Numerical Method(s)
- Nunca Mais (Galician: Not Again, political group)
- New Mexico Coalition for Healthcare Information Leadership Initiatives (also seen as NMCHILI; est. 2000)
- New Mexico Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement
- Nonmuscle Isoforms of Both Myosin Heavy Chain
- Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Publications (US Navy)
- Network Management & Support
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Nuclear Threat Initiative rated the 32 nations that have at least one kilogram of nuclear materials that could be used in weapons.
However, according to James Stewart, head of the transport safety unit in the IAEA's nuclear safety and security department, the state of safety and security across the continent when it comes to moving nuclear materials is currently quite positive, especially in South Africa.
But it has opened an era in which the danger of loose nuclear materials is high on the global agenda.
GAO-08-840 July 25, 2008 During the Cold War, the Department of Energy (DOE) produced nuclear materials for nuclear weapons at its Savannah River Site (SRS) by dissolving highly radioactive spent nuclear fuel from reactors in a facility known as H-Canyon.