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The least expensive chemical methods of stable isotope separation are discussed. Between them are especially known chemical exchanges used for separation of boron, nitrogen and sulfur isotopes, low temperature rectification applied for enriching rare isotopes of carbon and oxygen and cryogenic adsorption served for obtaining very pure deuterium. The most important characteristics of installations, processes and working conditions are represented.

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