In this Saturday, Feb. 3, 2007 file photo, an Iranian technician works at the Uranium Conversion Facility just outside the city of Isfahan 255 miles (410 kilometers) south of the capital Tehran, Iran. (AP Photo/Vahid Salemi, File)
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The restrictions include limiting the level of purity to which Iran can enrich uranium, and capping its stock of low-enriched uranium at roughly 203 kg, a cap that Iran had recently come close to.The major powers and Iran published agreements in December and January specifying types of uranium that would be considered unrecoverable and therefore excluded from its stock of low-enriched uranium.This included low-enriched uranium that has been mixed in with solid waste so it cannot be used without elaborate treatment Iran is banned from using under the agreement.
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