Megawatts and Megatons

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Megawatts and Megatons is a 2001 book by Richard L. Garwin[1] and Georges Charpak. The book is said to be a good primer on nuclear power and also a detailed discussion of nuclear weapons and potential paths for weapons reduction.[2][3]

The book presents detailed information about nuclear reactors and provides useful information on nuclear power program development in the United States and France. A discussion on nuclear weapons and non-proliferation follows.[2][3]

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