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Nuclear engineering FAQ Index

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2011 Japan Nuclear Crisis

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What is a microsievert or millirem?   faq466-1709 trottiey 15 Mar 11 --
What type of reactors are these?  faq466-1704 trottiey 15 Mar 11 10.0 / 1
Where did the hydrogen for those explosions come from?  faq466-1706 trottiey 14 Mar 11 10.0 / 1

2011 Japan Nuclear Crisis

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