This committee has sought to keep separate the requirements and activities of the ANL-E R&D from those of the ANL-W D&D program. There are obvious overlaps. Nevertheless, it must be kept in mind that this committee has concluded that the ANL-E R&D program requires experimental proof or demonstration, and it is logical to use EBR-II spent fuel in that pursuit while acknowledging that the D&D of EBR-II does not require a successful electrometallurgical technology since other cleanup options may be available.
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"Appendix C: Project History."
Electrometallurgical Techniques for DOE Spent Fuel Treatment: Status Report on Argonne National Laboratory's R & D Activity Through Spring 1997.
Washington, DC: The National Academies Press, 1997.
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