U.S. looking to Ontario for key compo...

U.S. looking to Ontario for key compound used in bomb-detection devices

There are 1 comment on the Neepawa Press story from Jan 3, 2011, titled U.S. looking to Ontario for key compound used in bomb-detection devices. In it, Neepawa Press reports that:

The United States is looking to Ontario for a key compound used in bomb-detection devices that's in short supply around the globe.

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Toronto, Canada

#1 Jan 12, 2011
... at Darlington station near Clarington, Ont., six at its Pickering station east of Toronto and six others in Kincardine, Ont.,


leased to Bruce Power LP - all of which produce heavy water.

The water picks up tritium during the CANDU process, which is ... Comment?


Related Topix: Nuclear Energy, Department of Energy, Canada, Ontario

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