The future of nuclear energy

Weinberg, Alvin M.
March 1981
Physics Today;Mar81, Vol. 34 Issue 3, p48
Academic Journal
Deals with the development of nuclear energy. Cost and management of nuclear plants; Discussion on the development of reactor systems that are less sensitive to meltdowns; Consequences of accidents.


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