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NUCLEAR LIBRARY

Reports, Lectures & presentations, External links

The Library at L Street and NUCLEAR Avenue

This is the Ground Floor to the Nuclear Library which has various topical Libraries on other floors. The Trinity College Library in Cambridge is the background used throughout the Nuclear Library.
Here we offer a picture
Gallery for Nuclear energy and the people who make it possible.
General Overview Reports on NUclear Energy and Key Lectures set the scene.

The
External links section opens new pages at Nuclear Companies, Academia, Government, and Industry around the world. These take you straight to the leading sources of news and vastly more information than EfN needs to handle. Enjoy your trips.

The more specialised Libraries on different nuclear reactor and fuel management approaches tend to be more technical and we refer to Selected Reports and Lectures, selected for their clarity or prominence in the topics..

Thorium has its own floor, being very different in some of its technologies.

Molten Salt Thorium reactors cannot burn, melt down, or release radioactive materials to the environment. The fuel salts are also the coolant so any failure of the pumping system triggers a dispersal of salts to holding tanks. The reactor can then be repaired and restarted.

The
picLinks directory takes you into sections of these libraries.

The story of
NUCLEAR WEAPONS PROLIFERATION is handled on Politics Ave. where the responsibilities lie.

NUCLEAR sLibraries
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Plutonium. 6-8
FUELS REPORTS
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Fermi's Pile
REACTOR REPORTS
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TMI Core
SAFETY REPORTS
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Thorium
THORIUM REPORTS
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Fission Fragments
WASTE & RECYCLING REPORTS