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A summary of the fission product metabolism studies up to March 1944

Description: The metabolic properties of the carrier free long lived fission products in the adult rat have been investigated at different intervals ranging from one to sixty-eight days following administration of the radioactive material. The radio elements studied include the most important long lived fission products, namely, Sr, Y, Zr, Cb, Ra, I, Xe, Cs, Ba, La, Ce, Pr, Np, and the unseparated uranium free fission mixture. The routes of administration included intraperitoneal, intramuscular, oral and intrapulmonary. The tissues assayed for the distribution of the administered radio elements included heart, liver, kidney, testes, spleen, muscle, skin, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, bone, blood, lungs, brain, fat, adrenals, lymph nodes. Urine and feces were collected separately at daily intervals for assay. Data acquired is provided in tabular form. For the fission products which were poorly absorbed from the site of both intramuscular arid intraperitoneal injection (namely, Y, Zr, Cb, Ru, La, Ce, Pr, Np, and the uranium free fission mixture) only the intramuscular data are given here and it is expressed in terms of the distribution of the fraction absorbed from the site of injection. For the radio elements which are completely absorbed following intraperitoneal and intramuscular injection or are absorbed in the digestive tract the distribution is expressed in terms of the administered dose. Due to the difficulty of introducing an exactly known dose into the lungs the distribution in this series of experiments is expressed as distribution of retained activity within the animal. A total of 510 animals were used and 10,500 samples assayed with at least two measurements made on each sample. The average measured recovery of the administered dose in the tissue and excreta was 103.6%.
Date: March 30, 1944
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Summary of research of the section on pharmacology. Progress report for December 1944

Description: Various studies relating the biological and behavioral effect of several uranium fluorides and chlorides as well as fluorine and oxyflourides are related. Most of these studies involved rats, guinea pigs, rabbits or dogs. Route of administration included inhalation, ingestion, or application to the skin.
Date: December 31, 1944
Creator: Hodge, H.C.
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[Observation on machining speeds and feeds]

Description: This memorandum describes a trip on February 17th, 1944, in which the author stopped at the Baker Brothers Machine Company in Toledo to get the latest information on machining speeds and feeds and to determine the validity of their reported three pieces per hour per machine. The Baker Brothers reported that the three pieces per hour figure is an average given for determining delivery dates and allows for machining shapes other than a straight cylinder. They recommended a speed of 360 RPM for turning with a .010 feed.
Date: March 2, 1944
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Hanford Site annual dangerous waste report: Volume 3, Part 2, Waste Management Facility report, dangerous waste

Description: This report contains information on hazardous wastes at the Hanford Site. Information consists of shipment date, physical state, chemical nature, waste description, handling and containment vessel, waste number, waste designation and amount of waste.
Date: December 31, 1944
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Project 9536 HEW Building 105: Conference on welding design and technique

Description: On February 4 at a conference in T.C. Gary`s office attended by Messrs. Wood, Gary, H.T. Daniels, Burns and C.R. Johnson, the design of the strap plates on the front and rear shields of the pile was discussed from the standpoint of welding technique in the field. Discussion of the design centered about the plug welding of the plates to the Laminated blocks and the ability of the field to perform this work properly. It was decided that welding specialists should be consulted prior to the beginning of the actual field erection in order that the best technique could be employed to guarantee good workmanship. It was agreed that a conference with such specialists should embrace both the features of the design as well as the practical phases of welding itself. This report provides details of this conference.
Date: February 15, 1944
Creator: Daniels, H.T.
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THE EFFECT OF RADIATION ON THE CORROSION OF METALS BY WATER. (Problem No. 322 MLC 2213)

Description: Long-time tests have been made on the effect of various types of radiation on the corrosion of 2S aluminum in simulated W water. In no case was any acceleration of corrosion by the radiation observed; the effect of radiation, if any, appeared to be a protective one. Deuteron irradiation did accelerate the corrosion of mild steel at low flow rates in hot water of pH 6 to 7, but no appreciable effect was observed with copper, stainless steel, or tuballoy. The general theory of the effect of radiation on corrosion is discussed, with the conclusion that no acceleration of corrosion by radiation is to be expected in most cases of practical interest. (auth)
Date: July 6, 1944
Creator: Allen, A.O.; Bowman, M.C.; Goldowski, N.; Larson, R.G. & Treiman, L.
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