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Offline Marlin

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Hexafluoride not hydrogen fluoride but no injuries job well done.

Normal operations resume, no injuries reported after sensors show possible release of HF at Y-12


https://oakridgetoday.com/2019/04/04/normal-operations-resume-no-injuries-reported-sensors-show-possible-release-hf-y-12/
« Last Edit: Apr 04, 2019, 10:57 by Marlin »

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That's funny, and sad reporting. I haven't been there in almost 2 decades, but I'd bet the only HF on that site is a couple bottles in the environmental lab for digesting organics. I bet I'm wrong here too. I bet environmental digesting is probably done at ORNL or some other lab.

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