High centerline temperatures in plutonium-bearing fast reactor mixed oxide (MOX) fuels lead to a broad range of microstructural and chemical changes during irradiation. This work describes the evolution of MOX fuels at early, intermediate, and late stages of operating lifetime using advanced electron microscopy techniques. Scanning electron microscopy, transmission electron microscopy, and electron probe microanalysis are utilized to describe the behavior of secondary fission product phases as a result of the radial thermal gradient.
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