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13.2.2 Results and Discussion145

13.3 Examination of Hastelloy N Control Rod Thimble147

13.4 Examination of the Sampler Assembly150

13.5 Examination of a Copper Sample Capsule154

13.6 Examination of the Primary Heat Exchanger156

13.7 Examination of Freeze Valve 105160

14. GRAPHITE STUDIES167

14.1 Graphite Irradiations in HFIR167

14.2 Graphite Fabrication169

14.3 Graphite Development – Chemistry170

14.4 Graphitization Study of a Lampblack-Pitch Carbon171

14.5 Reduction of Graphite Permeability by Pyrolytic Carbon Sealing173

14.6 Fundamental Studies of Radiation Damage Mechanisms in Graphite174

14.7 Lattice Dynamics of Graphite176

15. HASTELLOY N179

15.1 Status of Laboratory Heat Postirradiation Evaluation179

15.2 Postirradiation Creep Testing of Hastelloy N180

15.3 The Unirradiated Mechanical Properties of Several Modified Commercial Alloys181

15.4 The Weldability of Several Modified Commercial Alloys185

15.5 Postirradiation Properties of Several Commercial Alloys188

15.6 Status of Development of a Titanium-Modified Hastelloy N192

15.7 Corrosion Studies192

15.7.1 Fuel Salts194

15.7.2 Fertile-Fissile Salt196

15.7.3 Blanket Salt196

15.7.4 Coolant Salt196

15.7.5 Analysis of H2O Impurities in Fluoroborate Salts197

15.8 Forced-Convection Loop Corrosion Studies202

15.8.1 Operation of Forced-Convection Loop MSR-FCL-1202

15.8.2 Metallurgical Analysis of MSR-FCL-1204

15.8.3 Forced-Convection Loop MSR-FCL-2206

15.9 Retention of Tritium by Sodium Fluoroborate210

15.10 Support for Components Development Program211

15.10.1 Metallurgical Examination of Inconel Bubbler Tube from PKP-1 Pump Loop211

15.11 Corrosion of Hastelloy N in Steam216

16. SUPPORT FOR CHEMICAL PROCESSING218

16.1 Construction of a Molybdenum Reductive-Extractive Test Stand218

16.2 Fabrication Development of Molybdenum Components219

16.3 Welding Molybdenum220

16.4 Development of Bismuth-Resistant Filler Metals for Brazing Molybdenum221

16.5 Compatibility of Materials with Bismuth225

16.6 Chemically Vapor Deposited Coatings231

16.7 Molybdenum Deposition from MoF6232

PART 5. MOLTEN-SALT PROCESSING AND PREPARATION

17. FLOWSHEET ANALYSIS235

17.1 Protactinium Isolation Using Fluorination and Reductive Extraction235

17.2 Combination of Discard Streams from the Protactinium Isolation System

and the Metal Transfer System237

17.3 Protactinium Isolation Using Oxide Precipitation237

17.4 Stripping of Rare-Earth Fission Products from LiC1 in the Metal Transfer System240

17.5 Importance of Uranium Inventory in an MSBR Processing Plant240

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