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Afblaassystemen met filters voor kerncentrales Rij, H.M. van/ Scholten, L.C. 01-07-1989 ES BELGIUM SOURCETERM BWR GERMANY FINLAND FRANCE UNITED KINGDOM JAPAN COSTS NUCLEAR ENERGY THE NETHERLANDS ACCIDENTS NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS PWR SPAIN GENERAL TECHNICAL INFORMATION REACTOR SAFETY UNITED STATES OF AMERICA SWEDEN SWITZERLAND
Het Internationaal Kernenergie Genootschap Amelinckx. S/ Ceulemans, H. 01-02-1985 ES BELGIUM GERMANY EURATOM FRANCE HISTORY OF NUCLEAR IAEA INFCE BREEDER REACTORS NEA THE NETHERLANDS NORWAY DEVELOPMENT OF NUCLEAR POWER COOPERATION URENCO UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Kernenergie en de publieke opinie 01-07-1977 ES GLOBAL IMPORTANCE OF NUCLEAR POWER CONGRESS GERMANY FRANCE HEALTH POPULATION UNITED KINGDOM JAPAN NUCLEAR ENERGY DEVELOPMENT OF NUCLEAR POWER AUSTRIA OPINION GENERAL UNITED STATES OF AMERICA SWEDEN
Ontwikkelingen in decontaminatie technieken Kuypers, J. 01-02-1985 ES WASTE GENERAL CONTAMINATION BWR GERMANY OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH GUNDREMMINGEN, GERMANY MONTICELLO, USA PWR RADIATION MEASUREMENTS RADIATION PERMISSABLE LEVELS GENERAL TECHNICAL INFORMATION UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Splijtstofcyclus 01-07-1977 ES IMPORTANCE NUCLEAR IN TOTAL ENERGYPRODUCTION CONSTRUCTION NUCLEAR POWER PLANT CANDU CONGRESS GERMANY ENERGY POLICY, NUCLEAR FRANCE IAEA INDIA JAPAN BREEDER REACTORS DEVELOPMENT OF NUCLEAR POWER REPROCESSING PLUTONIUM RUSSIA GENERAL TECHNICAL INFORMATION URANIUM RESOURCES & PRICE URENCO ENRICHMENT UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Totaal vermogen der Japanse kerncentrales tweede na Verenigde Staten 01-12-1978 ES IMPORTANCE NUCLEAR IN TOTAL ENERGYPRODUCTION GERMANY JAPAN RUSSIA UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Wereldenergievoorziening: De toekomstige rol van kernenergie 01-07-1977 ES IMPORTANCE NUCLEAR IN TOTAL ENERGYPRODUCTION BRAZIL CANDU CONGRESS THIRD WORLD GERMANY ECONOMY – GENERAL ENERGY POLICY, GENERAL FRANCE UNITED KINGDOM HTR ITALY NUCLEAR FUSION BREEDER REACTORS DEVELOPMENT OF NUCLEAR POWER RUSSIA UNITED STATES OF AMERICA