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Gaseous diffusion plant The term 'Gaseous diffusion plant' as it applies to the area of nuclear science can be defined as ' A facility where uranium hexafluoride gas is filtered. Uranium-235 is separated from uranium-238, increasing the percentage of uranium-235 from 1 to about 3 percent. The process requires enormous amounts of electric power. For additional detail, see Gaseous diffusion. '.
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