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Ion, S.; Kane, G.
September 2011
Engineering & Technology (17509637);Sep2011, Vol. 6 Issue 8, p24
Academic Journal
Nuclear energy is the great green hot potato. But is it a stop gap? Or will it become essential to the UK's long-term energy supply?


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