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Atoms at Work

UK, 1952 (MIFF 1953, Scientific Films)

Director: Diana Pine

Underlines the progress being made at Harwell Atom Research Establishment in the peaceful uses of atomic power. Shows the preparation of radio-active isotopes and various examples of their use in research and industry.

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