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no date - Control rods, which regulate the rate of nuclear fission, protrude from the nuclear reactor. The entire reactor is immersed in water to provide a shield against radioactivity.

NUCLEAR FISSION CONTROL

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Control rods, which regulate the rate of nuclear fission, protrude from the nuclear reactor.

The entire reactor is immersed in water to provide a shield against radioactivity.

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