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Nuclear Material
Any material that is radioactive or contains radioactive material.
Weapon Usable Nuclear Material
Nuclear material in any form that can be readily
used to fabricate a nuclear explosive device. Typically highly enriched uranium and
plutonium 239.
Radioactive Sources
A manufactured source of radiation, typically used for industrial,
research, or medical applications. Common radioisotopes used in radioactive sources
include cesium 137, strontium 90 and cobalt 60. Plutonium ionization sources also fall
into this category.
Radioactive Sources
A manufactured source of radiation, typically used for industrial,
research, or medical applications. Common radioisotopes used in radioactive sources
include cesium 137, strontium 90 and cobalt 60. Plutonium ionization sources also fall
into this category.
Illicit Trafficking
The diversion, purchase, sale, transportation, or storage of nuclear
material in violation of local, national, or international law.
Low-grade Nuclear Material
Includes uranium and thorium ore, natural uranium,
depleted uranium, and low enriched uranium (<20% enriched) in any form.