Room with reactive view in a rural German pile

MacKenzie, Deborah
November 1996
New Scientist;11/02/96, Vol. 152 Issue 2054, p5
Reports on the opening of a hotel which occupies the administrative buildings of the Kalkar fast breeder nuclear reactor in Dusseldorf, Germany. Plans for the hotel; Closure of the Kalkar reactor.


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