Nuclear Power and Radioisotopes (Sections)
Which type or types of nuclear reactors have these characteristics? (a) Does not use a secondary coolant, (b) Creates more fissionable material than it consumes, (c) Uses a gas, such as He or CO2, as the primary coolant
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International History of the Cold War Extending the Definition of the Cold War Important events: Truman Doctrine '47 OEEC '48 Cominform '47 Prague coup '48 Berlin blockade '48-'49 NAT '49 - article 5 NSC -68 - approved (9/50) EDC Paris Accords Extending the definition of the cold war: • up until 1948 the core of the cold war conflict is centered in Europe (not military so much as political and diplomatic) and is thus not world wide. • By 1950 it is world wide. • By 1950 did someone in your home town think about the cold war How much of a reality was it at the time • Perhaps we are too used to the later stages of the cold war 1947: • Eastern Europe, communist forces reject non-communist parties from coalit
Textbook: Chemistry: The Central Science
Author: Theodore E. Brown; H. Eugene LeMay; Bruce E. Bursten; Catherine Murphy; Patrick Woodward
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