In my post #27 where I replied to YOUR post which you apparently ignored somehow...
Originally Posted by washunut
The concessions not only halt Iranís nuclear advances but also make it virtually impossible for Tehran to build a nuclear weapon without being detected, the officials said. In return, Iran will receive modest relief of trade sanctions and access to some of its frozen currency accounts overseas, concessions said to be valued at less than $7 billion over the six-month term of the deal. The sanctions would be reinstated if Iran violates the agreementís terms.
Also... as far as you imagining you are right:
Uranium enriched to 20 percent or more U-235 is called HEU. Uranium enriched above the natural U-235 abundance but to less than 20 percent is called low-enriched
many stages are needed to produce the highly enriched uranium
needed for a weapon
Combine that with Sherman's post #31 I just referred you to that you didn't read... again... This deal does this:
Halt all uranium enrichment above 5% purity
Not install or use any next-generation centrifuges to enrich uranium
Neutralise its stockpile of near-20% uranium
Halt further advances of its activities at the heavy-water plant at Arak and halt progress on its plutonium track
Increased monitoring by IAEA inspectors, including daily access at Natanz and Fordow nuclear sites
Provide IAEA access to centrifuge assembly facilities, uranium mines and mills
Provide more frequent inspector access to the Arak reactor
And voila. You couldn't be more wrong no matter how hard you try.
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