The High Flux Reactor Isotope Facility (HFIR) produces transuranium isotopes for research, industrial, and medical applications. It is also used for a variety of neutron flux experiments. The HFIR Website gives an informative overview of the history, science, and engineering behind the reactor. Other features of the site include illustrated sections on horizontal beam poles and neutron scattering as well as daily operation status of the reactor.
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