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Homogeneous Reactor Project Quarterly Progress Report: February-April 1957
Report issued by the Oak Ridge National Laboratory discussing quarterly progress of the Homogeneous Reactor Project. Progress of operations, design, development, and analysis is presented. This report includes tables, illustrations, and photographs.
Gas-Cooled Fast Reactor Concepts: a Study
Report describing the performance characteristics of gas-cooled fast reactors, which compare well with those of sodium-cooled fast reactors. With oxide fuel and helium, CO2, and SO2 coolant at pressures of 1000 to 1500 psia, the reactors have slightly higher breeding ratios than comparable sodium-cooled reactors.
Chemical Technology Division Annual Progress Report: for Period Ending June 30, 1962
Report issued by Oak Ridge National Laboratory that discusses progress and work performed by the Chemical Technology Division.
Chemical Technology Division Annual Progress Report: for Period Ending May 31, 1963
Report issued by Oak Ridge National Laboratory that describes research and progress at the Chemical Technology Division.
Metallurgy Division Annual Progress Report, July 1, 1960
Report documenting ongoing research and development undertaken by the Metallurgy Division of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
Chemical Technology Division Annual Progress Report, May 31, 1961
Report documenting the ongoing research and developments of the Chemical Technology Division of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
Chemical Technology Division Annual Progress Report, May 31, 1968
Report documenting the ongoing research of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory's Chemical Technology Division. This report includes tables, diagrams, graphs, and articles related to chemical technology.
Analytical Chemistry Division Annual Progress Report, May 20, 1970
Report presenting research and development papers from the Oak Ridge National Laboratory's Analytical Chemistry Division.
The Effect of X Irradiation in Oxygen and in Hydrogen at Normal and Positive Pressures on Chromosome Aberration Frequency in Tradescantia Microspores
Effect of x irradiation in oxygen and in hydrogen on chromosome aberration frequency in tradescantia microspores.
Nuclear Superheat Quarterly Project Report: Second Quarter, October-December 1959
From introduction: "This is the second of a series of quarterly reports which will cover the progress and results from the conceptual design, economic evaluations and research and development work performed by the General Electric Company as part of the Nuclear Superheat Project."
Nuclear Superheat Quarterly Project Report: Fifth Quarter, July-September 1960
From introduction: "this is the fifth of a series of quarterly reports which will cover the progress and results from the conceptual design, economic evaluations and research and development work performed by the General Electric Company as part of the Nuclear Superheat Project."
Nuclear Superheat Quarterly Project Report: Seventh Quarter, January-March 1961
From introduction: "This is the seventh of a series of quarterly reports which will cover the progress and results from the conceptual design, economic evaluations and research and development work performed by the General Electric Company as part of the Nuclear Superheat Project."
Automatic Control of T7 Tanker Boiling Water Reactor Propulsion System: Preliminary Design and Economic Evaluation
From introduction: "This report sets forth the results of a technical and economic analysis of automatic propulsion system control as a possible design improvement in the direct cycle boiling water reactor propulsion system in a T7 tanker."
Radiation Stability Studies
From abstract: "An investigation of the radiation stabilities of aqueous solutions of sodium ethylenediamine tetraacetate and sodium acetate was made using a 3000-curie Co⁶⁰ source...A study of the behavior of the standard-size Beckman type glass pH electrodes in a solution containing 0.36 curie of Ce¹⁴⁴-Pr¹⁴⁴ activity per milliliter showed the useful electrode life to be of the order of two to eight days."