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February Poll Insights

Last month, we asked our audience which of the following is the most common uranium isotope in nature? Overall, 63 percent of our audience voted for U-238. Next, U-235 received the second most votes at 27 percent. Finally, U-283 and U-239 tied for the least amount of votes at five percent each.

The correct answer is U-238. Uranium-238 (238U or U-238) is the most common isotope of uranium found in nature, with a relative abundance of 99%. Unlike uranium-235, it is non-fissile, which means it cannot sustain a chain reaction in a thermal-neutron reactor.

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Industry Updates

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Certrec News

Certrec Attends NRC's 2024 Annual Regulatory Information Conference

Industry Gathering – On March 12-14, 2024, Certrec attended the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s (NRC) 36th Regulatory Information Conference (RIC), in North Bethesda, Maryland. RIC is the largest public meeting the NRC hosts, bringing together over 3,000 participants from more than 40 countries representing interested stakeholders from other government agencies, industry, international organizations, and the general public.

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NERC CIP – The NERC Critical Infrastructure Protection standards ensure that the necessary security controls are in place to protect your facility and its cyber systems, thereby, protecting the Bulk Electric System and its users from unwanted interruptions.
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