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Auxiliary building The term 'Auxiliary building' as it applies to the area of nuclear science can be defined as ' A building at a nuclear power plant, which is frequently located adjacent to the reactor containment structure, and houses most of the auxiliary and safety systems associated with the reactor, such as radioactive waste systems, chemical and volume control systems, and emergency cooling water systems. '.
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