Answer to Question #70560 in Organic Chemistry for Khalid

Question #70560
The Uranium isotope that is used in nuclear reactors (235U) has an abundance of only 0.3 % natural uranium. The rest is primarily 238U.
What is the general idea of how the isotopes of uranium are separated? Keep it brief. Specify what kind of material needs to be made at first, what is then done to it.
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