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APA Citation

Porter, E. H., Phillips Petroleum Company. Atomic Energy Division., U.S. Atomic Energy Commission. Idaho Operations Office., National Reactor Testing Station, I. (U.S.). (1961). The design, installation, and testing of the gas-cooled reactor UO₂ irradiation experiment at the NRTS. Idaho Falls, Idaho: Idaho Operations Office, U.S. Atomic Energy Commission.

MLA Citation

Porter, E. H, Phillips Petroleum Company. Atomic Energy Division, U.S. Atomic Energy Commission. Idaho Operations Office, and Idaho (U.S.) National Reactor Testing Station. The Design, Installation, And Testing of the Gas-cooled Reactor UO₂ Irradiation Experiment At the NRTS. Idaho Falls, Idaho: Idaho Operations Office, U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, 1961.

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