Materials testing reactor

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A materials test reactor (MTR) is a high power research reactor. Examples are located in Idaho (United States), the PINSTECH National Laboratory (PNL) in Pakistan and in Petten in the Netherlands. Another, the Jules Horowitz Reactor is being built at the Cadarache nuclear facility in southern France. There is also one located outside of Pretoria, South Africa SAFARI-1; it is also used to produce medical isotopes.

See also: List of nuclear reactors

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