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Fuel rod The term 'Fuel rod' as it applies to the area of nuclear science can be defined as ' A long, slender, zirconium metal tube containing pellets of fissionable material, which provide fuel for nuclear reactors. Fuel rods are assembled into bundles called fuel assemblies, which are loaded individually into the reactor core. '.
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