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Radiological Implications Concerning the Use of Argon as the Core Cover Gas in Sodium Graphite Reactors

Description: The substitution of argon for helium as the inert core cover gas in sodium graphite reactors would result in an economic advantage in most areas of the world. The actual amount of extra radioactivity which would occur is calculated, and the radiological significance of this activity is evaluated with reference to existing design and operating characteristics of sodium graphite reactors. (W.D.M.)
Date: October 24, 1960
Creator: Hart, R. S.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department