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Plutonium (Pu) The term 'Plutonium (Pu)' as it applies to the area of energy can be defined as ' A heavy, fissionable, radioactive, metallic element (atomic number 94) that occurs naturally in trace amounts. It can also result as a byproduct of the fission reaction in a uranium-fuel nuclear reactor and can be recovered for future use'.
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