Materials testing reactor
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A materials test reactor (MTR) is a high power research nuclear reactor.
Materials testing reactors include:
- Reactor Technology Complex of the Idaho National Laboratory in Boise County, Idaho, United States.
- PINSTECH National Laboratory (PNL) in Pakistan.
- Jules Horowitz Reactor, under construction at the Cadarache nuclear facility in southern France.
- Research reactor in Petten, the Netherlands.
- SAFARI-1, outside of Pretoria, South Africa, also used to produce medical isotopes.
- ETRR-2, at the Nuclear Research Center in Inshas, Egypt.
- Ne.anl.gov: MTR Reactors designed by the Argonne National Laboratory
- Docs.google.com: Materials Testing Reactor
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