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The Ford Nuclear Reactor in the Phoenix Memorial Laboratory, North Campus, August 1968

The Ford Nuclear Reactor in the Phoenix Memorial Laboratory, North Campus, August 1968 image
Month
August
Year
1968
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The Ford Nuclear Reactor in the Phoenix Memorial Laboratory on the North Campus is the "heart" of nuclear engineering research at the U-M. It also provides radioactive materials for research projects and practical uses in medicine, public health, the biological sciences, nuclear physics, and other fields, in addition to engineering. The reactor is now being operated on a 24-hour-a-day basis at two megawatts (2,000,000 watts). It is the only "swimming pool" type reactor in the state.
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