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And G. C. English, Metallurgica1 Lab0 r a t o r y R e p o r t ,CT-1943 (July' 1, 1945). 4. English, G. C. and J. E. D r a l e y , M e t a l l u r g i c a l L a b o r a t o r y R e p o r t CT-3047 ( J a n u a r y '30, 1945). - 1 c 5. Kelman, L. e t al, Neutron P r o d u c e r ( C P - 6 ) R e a c t o r P r o g r a m Q u a r t e r l y , . ANL-'4618, p. 105ff, A p r i l 30, 1954. ==. CT 6. D r a l e y , J. E. and W. E. R u t h e r , Neutron P r o d u c e r ( C P - 6 ) R e a c t o r +- P r o g r a m Q u a r t e r l y , ANL-4664, p.
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38' 38 t Appearance of Uranium Hydride Made From Uranium And Some Alloys as Shown. Figure 26. _. .. .. ... .. ... e. e*. --I , ' REFERENCES 1. , R. Pi S t r a e t z and' J. E. D r a l e y , Metallurgical L a b o r a t o r y R e p o r t CT-3043 (June '4, 1945). 2. S t r a e t z , R. P. and J. E. Draley, Met a l l u r g i c a1 Labor at o r y R e p o r t . J 1 3. D r a l e y , J. E. and G. C. English, Metallurgica1 Lab0 r a t o r y R e p o r t ,CT-1943 (July' 1, 1945). 4. English, G. C. and J.