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Sc. Paris 275 D:1731 (1972) M. Neuilly, J. Bussac, C. Frejacques, G. Nief, G. Vendryes and J. Yvon, C. R. Acad. Sc. Paris 275 D:1847 (1972) G. Baudin, C. Blain, R. Hagemann, M. Kremer, M. Lucas, L. Merlivat, R. Molina, G. Nief, F. Prost-Marechal, F. Regnaud and E. Roth, C. R. Acad. Sc. 12. Analyses of ore samples from the Oklo mines in Gabon, Africa. R. Acad. Sci. Paris 275, Sex. 003 (*) Corrected for the portion due to the natural element is 4,500 barns and most of the section for the reaction 147 Sm (n, 'Y) 148 Sm 149 Sm atoms were converted to the stable 150 Sm.

U in the pitchblende was quite appreciable. 7. 22]. 011 percent 235U) uranium salts were used in the 1956 experiments. Radioactive iodine isotopes were periodically extracted from the aqueous solutions of non-irradiated uranium. 2 hours) ----+) -'"e It was felt at that time that some difference should be noticeable between the iodine activities produced from the aqueous solutions of natural and depleted uranium, because the contribution from the neutron-induced fission of 235U in natural uranium is expected to be many times that in depleted uranium.

59] determined these values from the observed ratio (R) of several fission products found in the ore samples. The ratios used for the calculations were: 150 Nd/ct 43 Nd + 144Nd + 145Nd + 146Nd), 154SmW47Sm + 148Sm), (157 Gd + 158 Gd)/ct 55 Gd + 156 Gd), 1l0Pdf105Pd, 1l0Pdf106 Pd, 104Pd/101Pd, and 104Ruf102Ru. _+--:-:-P~_3_9_{3_ P~35 (I - O! - (3) + P'~8 O! 13. 13. Operating conditions of the Oklo Reactor (R. Hagemann and co-workers, The Oklo Phenomenon, IAEA, Vienna, 1975, p.

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