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The rate of removal of oxygen i n the steam condensate, with no hydrazine addition, was essentially identical to the predicted rate of production i n these steam generators. 3 Measurements of Radioactivity Radiation levels were monitored both inside and outside the shield during operation. Typical values are discussed below. (a) Gamma Radiation L e v e l i n Reactor Cell. 2. The remote gamma monitors generally are located near the RM-4 i s p a r t i a l l y shielded from top of the cell. the fuel dump tanks by intervening structure.

3). , with pneumatic level probes being A head loss of used for the measurements. approximately 3/4 in. was measured at a flow rate of 65 Ib/min. 2. The external core surface was examined with periscopes and a remotely operated mirror (see Fig. 2) inserted into the blanket access flange. The precise elevation of the leak was established by observing the level at which l i q u i d stood i n the blanket when leakage to the core ceased; however, no evidence of l i q u i d flowing through an identifiable h o l e was seen when water was pumped into the core and allowed to s p i l l into By lowering a l i g h t source through the blanket.

4 Thorium Oxide Slurry Concentration ......................................... 5 Flame Calcination ............................................................................................................ 19. 10 Thorium Oxide Production .................................................................... 6 Particulate Properties o f Compressed, H i g h - F i r e d Thorium Oxide 20. IN-PILE SLURRY Loop ......................................................................... 285 287 292 292 29 3 293 293 293 293 294 296 297 297 300 PART VI.

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