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Reinserted fuel The term 'Reinserted fuel' as it applies to the area of energy can be defined as ' Irradiated fuel that is discharged in one cycle and inserted in the same reactor during a subsequent refueling. In a few cases, fuel discharged from one reactor has been used to fuel a different reactor'.
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