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nations have the technological capability and industrial base for the develop-
ment of civilian atomic power or nuclear weapons.

South Africa has copious supplies of uranium. On April 7 of this year it
announced that a new pilot plant for the enrichment of uranium was in partial
operation.

Thus, it would appear that if South Africa was of the mind to fabricate a



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524

bomb, it could certainly do so with its own resources and without our help.
Thus a call for an end to U.S. nuclear exports would be most inadvisable. The
world would go on its way without us.

The best we can hope for is to develop the beneficial applications and strictly
control the harmful and destructive aspects.

The world will have the peaceful atom. If we are to exert any influence in
order to prevent more of the world from becoming members of the "nuclear
club" we must continue our leadership on the international atomic scene.

I ask unanimous consent that a list of such agreements and related material
be printed in the Record.

There being no objection, the material was ordered to be printed in the
Record, as follows :

AGREEMENTS FOR COOPERATION IN THE CIVIL USES OF ATOMIC ENERGY



Scope



Effective Termination
date date



A. BILATERALS WITH INDIVIDUAL
COUNTRIES
Country:

Argentina Research and power.

Australia ...do _

Austria do

Brazil - ...do

Canada. do

China, Republic of do

Colombia. Research.. _.

Finland Research and power.

Greece 1 Research

India . Power (Tarapur)

I ndonesia Research

Iran... do

Ireland _ _ do

Israel.. do..

Italy Research and power.

Japan do.

Korea do..

Norway do

Philippines .do

Portugal. do

South Africa do...

Spain do

Sweden _ do

Switzerland do

Thailand do.

Turkey Research.

United Kingdom Research and power.

Do Power

Venezuela Research and power.

Vietnam, Republic of Research



July 25


1969


July 24,1999


May 28


1957


May 27,1997


Jan. 24


1970


Jan. 23,2014


Sept. 20


1972


Sept. 19, 2002


July 21


1955


July 13,1980


June 22


1972


June 21,2014


Mar. 29


1963


Mar. 28, 1977


July 7


1970


July 6, 2000


Aug. 4


1955


Aug. 3,1974


Oct. 25


1963


Oct. 24,1993


Sept. 21


1960


Sept. 20, 1980


Apr. 27


195/


Apr. 26,1979


July 9


1958


July 8, 1978


July 12


1955


Apr. 11,1977


Apr. 15


1958


Apr. 14,1978


July 10


1968


July 9, 2003


Mar. 19


1973


Mar. 18,2014


June 8


1967


June 7,1997


July 19


1968


July 18,1998


June 26


1974


June 25,2014


Aug. 22


1957


Aug. 27, 2007


June 28


19/4


June 27,2014


Sept. 15


1966


Sept. 14, 1996


Aug. 8


1966


Aug. 7, 1996


June 27


1974


June 26,2014


June 10


1955


June 9, 1981


July 21


1955


July 20,1976


July 15


1966


July 14,1976


Feb. 9


1960


Feb. 8, 1980


July 1


1959


June 30,1979



B. BILATERALS WITH INTERNATIONAL
ORGANIZATIONS
Organization:

European atomic energy community Joint nuclear power porgram...

(EURATOM).

EURATOM.. Additional agreement to joint nuclear power

program.

International Atomic Energy Agency Supply of materials, etc

(IAEA).

INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENTS



Feb. 18,1959 Dec. 31,1985
July 25,1960 Dec. 31,1995
Aug. 7,1959 Aug. 6,2014



1. Special arrangements:

United States-US. S.R Agreement on scientific and technical co- June 21,1973 June 20, 1983

operation for the peaceful uses of atomic
energy.

United States-Romania Memorandum on cooperation in peaceful Jan. 1,1973 (')

uses of atomic energy.



' Superseding, research and power agreement in abeyance; U.S. material covered by IAEA (NPT) safeguards.

J Remains in effect until representatives of the USERDA and Government of Romania have the opportunity to discuss a



renewal of the memoranda.



525

UNITED STATES-IAEA TRILATERAL SAFEGUARDS AGREEMENTS FOR APPLICATION OF IAEA SAFEGUARDS TO

U.S.-SUPPLIED MATERIALS

Effective Termination
3d party date date '

Argentina - July 25, 1969 AC.

Australia (suspended July 10, 1974)2. __ Sept. 26, 1966 AC.

Austria (suspended July 23, 1972) _ - Jan. 24,1970 AC.

Brazil (amended Sept. 20, 1972)_ - - - Oct. 31,1968 AC.

China, Republic of.. Dec. 6,1971 AC.

Colombia . '... - - Dec. 9,1970 AC.

Denmark (suspended Mar. 1,1972) >..._ Feb. 29,1968 AC.

India - Jan. 27,1971 AC.

Indonesia - - - Dec. 6,1967 AC.

Iran (suspended May 15, 1974) ' Aug. 20, 1969 AC.

Israel June 15, 1966 Apr. 4, 1975.

Japan - July 10,1968 AC.

Korea (amended Mar. 19, 1373) Jan. 5, 1968 AC.

Philippines (suspended Oct. 16,1974)2.. ._ July 19,1968 AC.

Portugal . .- July 19, 1969 AC.

South Africa (amended June 28, 1974). __ July 26,1967 AC.

Spain (amended June 28, 1974).. Dec. 9,1966 AC.

Sweden - - Mar. 1,1972 AC.

Switzerland... — - — - Feb. 28, 1972 AC.

Turkey June 5,1969 AC.

Venezuela"/. - Mar. 27,1968 AC.

1 AC indicates termination on same date as agreement for cooperation.
» Suspended in view of NPT safeguards agreements with IAEA.



NON-PROLIFERATION TREATY AND SAFEGUARDS STATUS OF COUNTRIES WITH WHICH THE UNITED STATES HAS

AGREEMENTS FOR COOPERATION

Country NPT status Safeguards

1. Argentina - — - IAEA trilateral.

2. Australia Ratified. - IAEA-NPT.

3. Austria do Do.

4 Brazil IAEA Trilateral.

5. Canada . . Ratified. IAEA-NPT.

6. China (Republic of) 1 - - do IAEA Trilateral.

7 Colombia . . Signed, but not ratified. Do.

8. Denmark Ratified - IAEA-NPT.

9. Finland do. Do.

10. Greece do Do.

11. India. - - - IAEA Trilateral.

12. Indonesia .. Signed, but not ratified. __ Do.

13. Ireland Ratified. - IAEA-NPT.

14. Iran do. - Do.

15. Israel - - IAEA Trilateral.

16. Japan Signed, but not ratined. _- Do.

17. Korea. Ratified _. — Do.

18. Norway. do - - IAEA-NPT.

19. Philippines do D°\. .

20. Portugal .. - IAEA Trilateral.

21. South Africa -. — - - D°-

22. Spain ._ Do.

23. Sweden*. Ratified. _ - Do.

24. Switzerland - Signed, but not ratified. Do.

25 Thailand Ratified IAEA-NPT.

26. Turkey.. Signed, but not ratified IAEA Trilateral.

27. Venezuela do - - - Do.

28. Viet-Nam..._ Ratified.. .— IAEA-NPT.

29. United Kingdom' - - -



1 An NPT safeguards agreement has not been concluded between the IAEA and ROC as a result of the ROC's expulsion
from the IAEA in December 1971. The IAEA trilateral safeguards agreement, however, is still in effect and being
implemented.

2 Negotiation of an NPT safeguards ag/eement is underway with the IAEA.

3 The United States/United Kingdom agreement for Cooperation in the power reactor field envisages the application of
IAEA safeguards on any enriched fuel provided by the United States. No such material has been provided to date.

Note —In addition to the above, the Euratom states (Belgium, Federal Republic of Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, and
the Netherlands) are in the process of ratifying the NPT, following which the lAEA/Euratom safeguards agreement will
come into force. In the meantime, Euratom safeguards apply. France, which is not an NPT, party, will continue to be subject
to Euratom safeguards insofar as United States-supplied materials and equipment are concerned.



526

U.S.-TYPE NUCLEAR POWERPLANTS ABROAD ' OPERATING, IN CONSTRUCTION OR ON ORDER, AS OF JUNE 1, 1974

IMegawatts electrical!



Country and plant



In operation



In construc-
tion or on
order



NSSS supplier



Austria: Tulln

Belgium:

Tihange.

Doel-1.. - —

Doel-2

Doel-3 -

Tihange-2 -

Finland:

Lovisa-1

Lovisa-2 _

Finland-3 - - .

Finland-4 _

Olkiluoto -

France:

Sena 266

Fessenheim-1..

Fessenheim-2 -

Bugey-2 - -.

Bugey-3

Bugey-4

Bugey-5 .-.

Gravel i nes Bl -.

Gravelines B2

Gravelines B3

Gravelines B4

Tricastin-1

Tricastin-2 -

Tricastin-3

Tricastin-4

St. Laurent-3 -

St. Laurent-4 _. -.

Caux-1..

Caux-2

Cuax-3

Cuax-4

Hanquedoc-1

Hanquedoc-2

Hanquedoc-3

Hanquedoc-4

AMBES-1 - -

AMBES-2 —

AMBES-3 -

AMBES-4....

Dampierre-1

Dampierre-2

Da mpierre-3

Dampierre-4

Germany:

KRB... 237

KWL Lingen 256

KWO Obrigheim 328

KKSStade - 630

KKW Wuergassen 612

Biblis-1

Biblis-2 -

Brunsbuettel - -

KKP Philipsburg-1

KKP Philipsburg-2

Unterweser

Nordenham

Neckarwesthei m-1

KKI Isar

Muelheim-Kaerlich... _

Kruemmel

WYHL-SUD-KWS-1 _

WYHL-SUD-KWS-2 -

GKN Neckarwestheim-2

Dettingen -

BWAG-1— Grafenrheinfeld

BWAG-2

BWAG-3

Gundremmingen-2

Gundremmingen-3

Groh nde/Oberweser

RWE-6

RWE-7

RWE-8

RWE-9 -

RWE-10

RWE-11

VEW-A

VEW-B

See footnote at end of table.



700


KWU.


870


ACLF Group.


390


ACEO.


390


ACECO.


900


FRAM/ACECO.


900


FRAM/ACECO.


440


U.S.S.R.


440


U.S.S.R.


600


ASEA.


600


ASEA.


660


ASEA Atom.




ACEO/FRA/W.


890


Framatome. 2


890


Do.


925


Do.


925


Do.


925


Do.


925


Do.


925


Do.


925


Do.


925


Do.


925


Do.


925


Do.


925


Do.


925


Do.


925


Do.


971


ALST/SOGERCA.'


971


ALST/SOGERCA.'


750


Framatome.


750


Do.


750


Do.


750


Do.


1,000


Do.


1,000


Do.


1,200


Do.


1,200


Do.


1,200


Do.


1,200


Do.


1,200


Do.


1,200


Do.


905


Do.


905


Do.


905


Do.


905


Do.




GE.




AEG.




Siemens.




Do.




KWU.


1, 150


KWU.


1, 240


KWU.


770


KWU.


864


KWU.


864


KWU.


1,230


KWU.


1,300


KWU.


762


KWU.


870


KWU.


1,215


BBC-BBR.


1,260


KWU.


1,250


KWU.


1,250


KWU.


1,300


KWU.


1,200


KWU.


1,300


KWU.


1,300


KWU.


1,300


KWU.


1,250


KWU.


1,250


KWU.


1,300


KWU.


1,240


KWU.


1,240


KWU.


1,240


KWU.


1,240


KWU.


1,240


KWU.


1,240


KWU.


1,240


KWU.


1,200


KWU.



527

U.S.-TYPE NUCLEAR POWERPLANTS ABROAD 1 OPERATING, IN CONSTRUCTION OR ON ORDER, AS OF JUNE 1, 1974

—Continued

[Megawatts electrical]



Country and plant



In operation



In construc-
tion or on

order NSSS supplier



Iran:

lran-1

lran-2

lran-3.

lran-4

Italy:

SENN 150

SELNI 247

ENEL-4...

ENEL-5 _

ENEL-6

ENEL-8

Netherlands: Borselle 450

Spain:

Zorita-1 153

Nuclenor _ 460

Lemoniz-1

Lemoniz-2.

Almaraz-1 _

Almaraz-2

ASCO-1

ASCO-2

Cofrente

No name yet

Switzerland:

Beznau-1 350

Beznau-2 350

Muhleberg... 306

Kaiseraugst

Leibstadt

Gosgen.

Graben _

Brazil: Angra-1

Mexico:

Laguna Verde-1

Laguna Verde-2

Sweden:

Oskarshamn-1 _ 440

Oskarshamn-2

Ringhals-1 _

Ringhals-2

Ringhals-3

Ringhals-4 _

Barseback-1

Barseback-2

Forsmark-1.

Forsmark-2

Oscarshamn-3

Japan:

Tsuruga 340

Mihama-1 320

Mihama-2 470

Mihama-3

Fukushima-1 ._ 460

Fukushima-2

Fukushima-3 _ _

Fukushima-4 _

Fukushima-5... _ ._

Fukushima-6

Fukushima-ll-1

Takahama-1

Takahama-2

Sh imane-1

Genkai-1

Oi-1

Oi-2 _

Hamaoka-1

Hamaoka-2

Onagawa-1.

Tokai Mura-2

Ikata-l

India:

Tarapur-1 200

Tarapur-2 _._ 200

Korea:

Ko-Ri-1

Ko-Ri-2

Ko-Ri-3

Ko-Ri-4 _

Philippines:

Philippine— 1 _

Philippine— 2



1,200


KWU.


1, 200


KWU.


900


Framatome.


900


Do.




GE.«




W.»


783


AMN-GETSCO


952


ENI.


982


AMN.


982


GE.




KWU.




W.




GE.


902


W.


902


W.


902


W.


902


W.


902


W.


902


W.


902


W.


974


GE.




W/BB.




W/BBC.




GETSCO/BB.


850


GE/Sogerca.


850


GETSCO/BB.


1, 100


KWU.


1,140


BBC/GE.


626


W.


600


GE.


600


GE.




ASEA.


580


ASEA.


760


ASEA.


900


W/Monitor.


900


W.


900


W.


580


ASEA.


580


ASEA.


900


ASEA.


900


ASEA.


900


ASEA.




GE.




W.




MAPI.


781


MHI.




GE.


784


GE/Toshiba.


784


Toshiba.


784


Hitachi.


784


Toshiba.


1,100


GE/Toshiba.


1,100


Toshiba.


780


W/MAPI.


780


MHI.


460


Hitachi.


559


MHI.


1,122


W/MHI.


1,122


W/MHI.


500


Toshiba.


750


Toshiba.


500


Toshiba.


1,100


GE-HITACHI.


559


MHI.




GE.




GE.


564


W.


564


W.


600


AECL.


600


AECL.


626


W.


626


W.



528

U.S.-TYPE NUCLEAR POWERPLANTS ABROAD 1 OPERATING, IN CONSTRUCTION OR ON ORDER, AS OF JUNE 1, 1974

— Continued

[Megawatts electrical]



Country and plant



In operation



In construc-
tion or on
order



NSSS supplier



Taiwan:

Chinshan-1

Chinshan-2

Kuosheng-1

Kuosheng-2

Taipower-5

Taipower-6

Yugoslavia: KRSKO.



604


GE.


604


GE.


800


GE.


800


GE.


992


W.


992


W.


600


w.



1 Abroad refers to non-Soviet bloc foreign countries.

3 Framatome, of which Westinghouse is important shareholder employs PWR technology.

3 Industrial group, associated with CGS, which holds GE license for use of BWR technology.

4 General Electric.
6 Westinghouse.

NON-U.S.-TYPE NUCLEAR POWERPLANTS ABROAD, OPERATING, IN CONSTRUCTION OR ON ORDER

[Megawatts electrical]



Country and plant



In construc-
tion or on
In operation order NSSS supplier



Argentina:

Atucha

Cordoba

Canada:

Douglas Point

Gentilly-1

Pickering-1

Pickering-2

Pickering-3

Pickering-4

Pickering-5

Bruce-1..

Bruce-2

Bruce-3

Bruce-4

Gentilly-2

Gentilly-3

New Brunswick 1

Bruce-5

Bruce-6

Bruce-7

Bruce-8

Pickering-6

Pickering-7

Pickering-8_

Czechoslovakia: Bohunice A 1 .
India:

Rapp-1

Rapp-2

Italy: Latina

Japan: Tokai Mura-1

Pakistan: Kanupp

South Korea:

Ko-Ri-3..

Ko-Ri-4....

Spain: Vandellos

France:

Phenix

Chinon-2

Chinon-3

St. Laurent-1

St. Laurent-2

Bugey-1

Oldbury-1

Oldbury-2

Winfrith _

United Kingdom:

Calder Hall-1

Calder Hall-2

Calder Hall-3

Calder Hall-4

Chapel Cross-1

Chapel Cross-2

Chapel Cross-3_

Chapel Cross-4

Berkeley-1



318 Siemans.

6,600 AECL



308 AECL

250 AECL.

508 AECL.

508 AECL.

508 AECL.

508 _ AECL.

750 AECL.

7,750 AECL.

750 AECL.

750 AECL.

750 AECL.

600 AECL.

500 AECL.

600 AECL.

732 AECL.

732 AECL.

732 AECL.

732 AECL.

508 AECL.

508 AECL.

508 AECL.

110 '. SKODA.

200 AECL.

200

200 TNPG.

157 BNDC.

125 CGE.



600 AECL.
600 AECL.
EOF.



487



250 __

200

480

480

515

540

300 TNPG.

300 TNPG.

94 UKAEA.

50 UKAEA.

50 UKAEA.

50 __. UKAEA.

50 UKAEA.

50 UKAEA.

50 UKAEA.

50 UKAEA.

50 UKAEA.

138 TNPG.



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929

NON-U.S.-TYPE NUCLEAR POWERPLANTS ABROAD, OPERATING, IN CONSTRUCTION OR ON ORDER— Continued

[Megawatts electrical]

In construc-
tion or on
Country and plant In operation order NSSS supplier

United Kingdom— Continued

Berkeley-2 138 TNPG.

Bradwell-1 150 TNPG.

Bradwell-2 150 TNPG.

Hunterston A-l 160 GEC.

Hunterston A-2 160 GEC.

Trawsfynyd-1 250 APC.

Trawsfynyd-2 250 APC.

Hinkley Point A-l. _ 250 EE-BW-TW.

Hinkley Point A-2 _ 250 __ _ EE-BW-TW.

Dungeness A-l.. 275 TNPG.

Dungeness A-2 275 TNPG.

Sizewell A-l 290 EE-BW-TW.

Sizewell A-2.... 290 EE-BW-TW.

Wylfa-1... 590 EE-BW-TW.

Wylfa-2 590 _ _.__ EE-BW-TW.

Windscale. 35 UKAEA.

Hinkley Point B-l _ 625 TNPG.

Hinkley Point B-2 - 625 TNPG.

PFR 254 UKAEA.

Dungeness B-l 625 APC.

Dingeness B-2. 625 APC.

Hunterston B-l. 625 GEC.

Hunterston B-2 - 625 GEC.

Hartlepool-1 625 BNDC.

Hartlepool-2 625 BNDC.

Sizewell B-l 660 EE-BW-TW.

Sizewell B-2 660 EE-BW-TW.

Sizewell B-3 660 EE-BW-TW.

Sizewell B-4 . _ 660 EE-BW-TW.

Heysham-1 625 BNDC.

Heysham-2 625 BNDC.

Dungeness C-l 1,300 TNPG.

Dungeness C-2 1,300 TNPG.

Dungeness C-3 1,300 TNPG.

TABLE 1.— CURRENT AND ANTICIPATED FOREIGN ENRICHING PRODUCTION CAPACITY AND SEPARATIVE WORK

REQUIREMENTS

[In millions of separative work units]

Country 1974 1979 1981 1983 1985

U.S.S.R.i 7-10 7-10 -710 7-10 7-10

Eurodif 3.5 10.5 10.5 10.5

Urenco*. .4 2.0 4.0 10.0

United Kingdom/Capenhurst .4 .4 .4 .4 .4

France/Pierrelatte 3 .. -4 .4 .4 .4 .4

South Africa * - — - 2.4 8.0 8.0

Canada* - - — 8.0 8.0

Japan 7_ - 8

Total foreign capacity «_ 7.8 11.7 22.7 38.3 45.0

Total foreign separative work requirements 3.4 13.6 17.8 25.4 33.9

Foreign separative work requirements (excluding Soviet bloc

and People's Republic of China) 2.6 10.9 14.0 19.5 25.1

i Capacity data for U.S.S.R. enrichment plant is unpublished; capacity range shown is taken from an unauthenticated
and unclassified source.

2 Includes the United Kingdom, Germany and the Netherlands.

» Primarily for military requirements; not economically competitive for commercial power reactor fuel production.

« Unlike French-led, Eurodif and Urenco who are each firmly committed to construction of enriching capacity, the
South African and Canadian projects are still in the exploratory stages and may not meet the production schedule shown.
Hence foreign capacity shown tor latter years may be overstated. South African pilot enrichment plant now operating.

« Of the amounts shown, the Eurodif capacity is reportedly fully committed with 50 percent to France and 50 percent
to Italy, Spain, Belgium, and Japan for delivery 1980-89; for Urenco, approximately 60 percent of planned 1981 produc-
tion of 2,500,000 separative work units, committed by contract or letter of intent to United Kingdom and German utilities
for delivery through mideighties. The U.S.S.R. has recently concluded with non-Soviet-bloc countries a number of enrich-
ment contracts for about 8,500,000 separative work units for delivery through about 1990.

• Planned capacity shown does not include that for second Eurodif plant, currently under discussion and scheduled for
possible launching late 1975 to early 1976. Europe, Canada, and Australia under consideration as sites for Eurodif II.



530



TABLE 2.-W0RLD URANIUM PRODUCTION







1969




1970


1971






tonnes U


short tons U3O8


tonnes U


short tons U3O8


tonnes U short tons UjOa


Argentina

Australia.

Canada

France

Gabon

Germany


42

254

3,430

1,180

500

16


55

330

4,450

1,530

650

21


45

254

3,530

1,250

400

24


60

330

4,580

1,630

520

31


45

3,830

1,250

540

18


60

4,980

1,630

700

23


Mexico

Niger . .


30


40






430

81

3,220

60

8

9,500


560


Portugal

South Africa


94

3,080

55

29

8,900


122

4,000

72

38

11,600


3,167
51
14

9,900


4,117

66

18

12,900


105
4,186


Spain

Sweden

United States of America


78

10

12,300


Total...


17, 600


22, 900


18, 650


24, 250


18, 950


24, 630


TABLE 3.— WORLD RESOURCES OF URANIUM
[Tons U 3 0s]










Reasonably
assured


Estimated
additional


Total


$10:

Australia

Canada ..








300, 000
240, 000
260, 000
140, 000
60, 000


50, 000
250, 000
10, 000
70, 000
60, 000


350, 000
490, 000


South Africa and South West Africa






270, 000


France, Niger, Gabon, C.A.R








210, 000


Other '








120,000












Foreign subtotal


1, 000, 000
340, 000


440, 000
700, 000


1, 440, 000


United States 2








1, 040, 000












$10 subtotal (rounded)....


1, 340, 000


1, 140, 000


2, 480, 000


$10 to $15:

Australia _.

Canada .. ...


80, 000
160, 000

80, 000
350, 000

40, 000

30, 000
740, 000
180, 000

920, 000


40, 000

280, 000

30, 000

50, 000

50, 000

60, 000

510, 000

300, 000

810, 000


120, 000
440, 000


South Africa








110,000


Sweden *

France, Niger, Gabon, C.A.R
Other








400, 000
90, 000








90, 000


United States 2








1, 250, 000
480, 000


$10 to $15 subtotal


unded)






1, 730, 000


Less than $15 subtotal (ro


2, 260, 000


1, 950, 000


4, 210, 000












$15 to $30 :»

South Africa


100, 000
55, 000

150, 000
15,000
70, 000


300, 000
70, 000
200, 000
250, 000
140, 000


400, 000
125, 000










350 000
265, 000


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United States *


390, 000
180, 000


960, 000
700, 000


1, 350, 000
880, 000












$15 to $30 subtotal


570, 000


1, 660, 000


2, 230, 000


Grand total (rounded)..


2, 830, 000


3, 610, 000


6, 440, 000



1 Argentina, Brazil, Denmark, Finland, India, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Portugal, Spain, Turkey, Yugoslavia, Zaire.
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3 ENA/IAEA September 1967.
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