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Research reactor to be installed for campus training

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Installation of the training, research, and isotope production reactor, called TRIGA, will take place in the Fall of 1958 on the campus of the University of Arizona (UA) at Tucson it was announced by the institution recently. The reactor was invented and developed by General Atomic Division, San Diego, Calif., of General Dynamics Corporation. It is said that the UA will be the world's first educational institution to have this multipurpose, inherently safe, 10-kw reactor.

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Electrical Engineering  (Volume:77 ,  Issue: 6 )