Nuclear Fuel - Liquid Fuels

Liquid Fuels

Liquid fuels are liquids containing dissolved nuclear fuel. Liquid-fueled reactors generally have large negative feedback mechanisms and therefore are particularly stable designs; however the liquid fuel form also has the disadvantage of being easily dispersible in the event of an accident, such as a leak in the primary system.

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